Skouras Zoe Rose 2020

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Tasting Notes

The color is bright, light cerise with pink hues. Vibrant and clear on the nose, with aromas of ripe cherries, raspberries, and flowers, especially rose petal notes. On the palate it has a medium body and moderately high acidity. Flavors are consistent with the aromas--floral with bright red cherry, citrus, guava, blood orange and cranberry.


Located  in  Nemea,  Greece,  Domaine  Skouras  was  founded  in  1986   by  Greek  oenologist George  Skouras.    After  training  at  University  of   Dijon,  in  Burgundy,  France,  George gained winemaking  experience   throughout  France,  Italy  and  Greece.    He  eventually  settled  down,  moving  back  to  his  homeland  in  the  late  1980s  to  produce  wines   using  indigenous Greek varieties  as well as international ones.  

Nemea  is  a  region  rich  with  wine  history.    Archeological  excavations   have  revealed evidence  of  winemaking  in  there  from  more  than  3500  years  ago!  

This rosé is made in the traditional Greek style of blending red grapes (Agiorghitiko), and white grapes (Moscofilero). The Aghiorgitiko grapes are grown in Nemea while the Moscofilero grapes are grown on the high plateau of Mantineia. The red grapes are macerated for 24-48 hours before fermentation alongside the Moscofilero in stainless steel tanks. The malolactic fermentation is stopped.




Food Pairing Suggestions

East Asian (Chinese/Japanese/Korean), Fish (white), Ham, Hors d'oeuvres, Just for Cocktailing, Perfect Aperitif , Pork, Slow-smoked Barbeque/BBQ Sauce, Sushi, Tapas, Thai or Vietnamese, Vegetables

Grape Varietal:
70% Agiorghitiko, 30% Moscofilero
Staff Pick:
$14.00 each
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