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Wine Education 101: Gerorge Skouras describes Moschofilero.

What is Moschofilero? Moschofilero is a Greek grape variety that produces white wines in the center of Pelopennese. Winemaker George Skouras describes the grape and the wine that it makes, explaining how it is harvested late and produces aromatic wines. He describes Xanthofilero, Asprofilero and Mavrofilero as well, different clones of the same family.

Ask a Winemaker filmed with George Skouras in Chicago at Red & White Wines in October of 2013.

See all of our videos with George Skouras : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ct_hS3oAzhk&list=PLddUmDhg4G_Jr3PWmo6eukYzl0MAI8CXV

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