Fileri - Sklava - Kidonitsa - Roditis - Malagousia - Savvatiano

A famous polyclonal cultivar grown throughout the Peloponnese region of Greece is called Filéri (fee – le – ri). Particularly, in Arkadia province in the central and eastern Peloponnese. The various clones of the cultivar, produce white (Filéri), red (Mavrofilero) and pink (Moschofilero) grapes. Filéri exhibits an intense, and easily recognizable fragrance, aromas, and produces dry white wines while. From the other hand, Moschofilero is the one of the most well-known clones of the Filéri clone group and manifests a muscat flavour.

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