Mrs Poulia - Kalogris Organic Winery - Skin Contact Orange Moschofilero - Organic Natural Wine - Mantinia, Peloponnese, Greece - Eklektikon

Mrs Poulia is an interesting skin contact application on the mysterious gray-skinned Moschofilero grape, from the Kalogris Organic Winery grapes, with a fresh, juicy and expressive result.

  • Grower: Kalogris Organic Winery
  • Vintage: 2022
  • Type: Orange Dry Wine
  • Grapes: Moschofilero 100%
  • Appellation: PGI Arcadia
  • Alcohol: 13.20%
  • Bottle: 750ml
  • Viticulture: Certified Organic
  • Vinification: Skin contact vinification (10 days) of the gray-skin Moschofilero grapes, in stainless steel tank with no temperature control (cool ambient temperature), indigenous yeast, no additives, and no filtration or fining, with limited sulfur at bottling.
  • Tasting Notes: Very floral, with with high acidity (typical of the variety) and riper citrus fruit (blood orange) than the white sibling.
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  • Certified Organic
  • Climate: Cold winter, sunny summer, low temperatures at harvest.
  • Soil: Clay loam
  • Vine age: Planted between 1979 and 1987
  • Altitude: 670m
  • Slope: None
  • Planting density: 3,000 vines / ha
  • Yield: 2 kg / plant
  • Irrigation: None
  • Spraying: Treatment with copper (once)
  • Harvesting: Manually in plastic crates


  • Maceration: Skin contact for 10 days
  • Pressing: None
  • Temperature Control: None (cool ambient temperatures of October)
  • Fermentation: Spontaneous fermentation with indigenous yeast in stainless steel tank
  • Malolactic: Naturally completed
  • Maturation: 3.5 months in a 3-ton stainless steel tank with inert gas
  • Clarification: None
  • Filtration: None
  • Production: 4,520 lt
  • Alcohol: 13.20%
  • Acidity: 6.00 gr/l
  • RS: 1.67 gr/l
  • Total sulfites: 40.8 mg/l
  • Certification: Organic grapes
  • Bottle: 750ml

Kalogris Organic Winery is a historical small family winery in the famous Mantineia plateau, the birthplace of the gray-skin Moschofilero grape.

Moschofilero is potentially linked to the “smokey vines” of ancient Greece, and is part of the very adaptive “Filery” family of grapes. Moschofilero is the most aromatic in the family, and the family is almost exclusively focused on this grape.

The winery was established in 1980, when Evangelos’ grandfather handed over to him the traditional family house, under the condition that he would convert it to a winery that would accept visitors. The family traces its vine growing past in the area, all the way back to 1870. Evangelos converted the old house to an organic stone-built winery, which he runs today with his wife and two daughters.

The vineyard measures 3 hectares, and labors are performed manually by the family. Winemaking has always been traditional, with wild fermentations and mild intervention.

Mantinia is an ancient city in the Arcadia region of the Peloponnese. Many ruins of the ancient Mantinia city are preserved today, including the ancient theater, the temple of Zeus, the ancient market, and the parliament.

The Mantinia plateau (700m) is famous as the birthplace of the gray-skinned Moschofilero grape, which is probably linked to the “smokey vines” of ancient Greece.

Mantinia is surrounded by picturesque old villages with traditional architecture, like Kapsia. Tripoli, the capital of the Arcadia prefecture, is the largest nearby city, which maintains an old character, and is famous for its production of Arcadian honey and whole-pig roasting.