This native, aromatic, and lively variety form the plateau of Mantinea is the great protagonist of our winery. The grape harvest takes place in October.
Moschofilero is considered one of the most important grape varieties in the Greek wine industry. In particular, it has been chosen as one of the four ambassador varieties of Greek wine abroad, alongside the Naousa Xinomavro, the Santorini Asyrtiko and the Nemea Agiorgitiko.
TROUPIS WINERY first appeared on the winemaking scene in 2010.
The family has been cultivating their privately owned Moschofilero vineyards since the 1970s.
The economic crisis of 2010 did not stand in the way of the winery’s development, but marked the beginning of a new course for the family business and the future of Moschofilero.
Today, our winery produces a variety of labels using alternative winemaking methods which involve ceramic containers, concrete tanks, oak and acacia barrels, as well as skin contact times of several hours or even several days, fermentation with indigenous yeasts and minimum interventions.
It should be noted that the winery has now established its first Asyrtiko vineyard in Mantinea and aims at expanding its variety of labels in the following years.
With a view to offering you the best possible service and introducing you to the fascinating world of winemaking, our winery invites you to visit us, discover our wines and taste their aromatic richness.
Working days & hours:
Open for visits all year round, on appointment
Monday to Saturday 09:00-15:00
For more information, contact us at T +30 2710 411 434
From left, Troupis Winery Hoof & Lur Moschofilero Wild Ferment 2019; Powell & Son Riverdale 2017; Peter Zemmer Pinot Grigio 2019; Tiefenbrunner Pinot Grigio 2018 and Casa Santos Lima Quid
From left, Troupis Winery Hoof & Lur Moschofilero Wild Ferment 2019; Powell & Son Riverdale 2017; Peter Zemmer Pinot Grigio 2019; Tiefenbrunner Pinot Grigio 2018 and Casa Santos Lima Quid Pro Vinho Tinto 2019. (Mark Gail for The Washington Post)
WINES OF THE TIMES A balanced, spicy 2018 Troupis from Nemea in the Peloponnese, made of the