2015 Skouras "Zoe" White Peloponnese

SKU #1258187 Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 The 2015 Zoe White is the typical, unoaked, 60/40 blend of Roditis and Moschofilero. This perky white can be a go-to favorite for casual summer outings. It doesn't ever have a lot of body and it isn't supposed to age, so drink it young. This year, it maintains the perkiness... The mid-palate is modest, but that is usually so. It is still very tasty and fresh. Given the modest price point, it is still a nice picnic white. Drink it this summer for best results. (MS)  (4/2016)

Wine Spectator

 A crisp and floral white, the taut acidity to the grapefruit and green apple flavors. Chamomile notes show on the finish. (KM, Web-2016)

K&L Notes

Moschofilero & Roditis wines combine two pink-skinned grape varieties used in Greece. These aromatic white wines are most commonly found in the Peloponnese, where the Mediterranean climate enables both of these late-ripening varieties to achieve great concentration. Blends made from Moschofilero and Roditis typically show rose and melon aromas, sometimes accented with citrus blossom. The palate leans towards more grapefruit and orange flavors, and sometimes displays more green-apple and mineral notes if the grapes were grown at higher altitudes.

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