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Peloponnese

The Peloponnese is the large four fingered peninsula at the southern end of the Greek mainland. The morphology of the Peloponnese is complex with a high central plateau (home to the fragrant varietal, Moschophilero) surrounded by mountains that are higher still. The mountain complexes create an enormous variety of altitudes, orientations and soil types which are reflected in the wines produced. Nemea, home of the Agiorgitiko grape and the most subtle red wines of southern Greece is in the north east Peloponnese. The north west is particularly famous for its sweet wines based on Mavrodaphne or on the local version of Muscat a petits grains. Our producers from the Peloponnese are Mercouri, Parparoussis and Tselepos.


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