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Wine Review Skouras Moscofilero - Worth a Try

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Wine Review Skouras Moscofilero - Worth a Try

If you enjoy Pinot Grigio or Sauvignon Blanc, this white wine from Greece might be a nice alternative and is worth a try. Skouras Moscofilero is a dry white Greek wine produced by George Skouras, owner and winemaker at Domaine Skouras. Established in 1987 the winery is located in Argolinda Valley in the southern region of Peloponnese, where the Nemea and Mantineia appellations are located.

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Wine Tasting Notes: Albarino

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Wine Tasting Notes: Albarino

Every few months, we get together with a few wine-loving friends to taste and learn about wine. Over the years, we’ve discovered and tasted wines from many corners of the world, sipping dozens and dozens of varietals and enjoying a multitude of wine styles.  

We thought it would be interesting to create a Wine Tasting Group Series of posts on Possible Pours blog to occasionally report on the honest recommendations of this group, whose opinions we highly respect.

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Wine Review - Mt. Beautiful Sauvignon Blanc

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Wine Review - Mt. Beautiful Sauvignon Blanc

The 2017 Mt. Beautiful Sauvignon Blanc (13% alc.) is pale yellow in the glass. There are strong aromas of kiwi and melon on the nose. There are tastes of lemon and grapefruit citrus, grass and minerals. The finish is long, acidic and dry. This is a refreshing wine perfect for warm weather sipping.

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Wine Review - Uvaggio Vermentino 2016

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Wine Review - Uvaggio Vermentino 2016

Pouring the wine, this Vermentino has a light straw-yellow color in the glass with aromas of lemon, chamomile and grass. Tasting the wine, there are notes of citrus, green apple and honey. The acidity is well balanced and not overpowering with a buttery, mineral finish at the end. The folks at Uvaggio believe wine should be fun to drink. 

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Wine Review - The Y Series Viognier

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Wine Review - The Y Series Viognier

If you're looking for a refreshing summer sipper, The Y Series Viognier will hit the spot! This South Australian Viognier from Yalumba Family Vineyards  is part of a collection of classics and new varietals grown in the Barossa and Eden Valleys where winemaker Louisa Rose is highly regarded for creating world recognition for Australian Viognier.

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