Moschofilero is a pink-skinned, aromatic grape variety primarily grown on Greece's Peloponnese peninsula. It is the main grape used in the production of Mantinia wines, known for their floral and grapey flavors. It is a high-yielding variety, but can be sensitive to bad weather. The best Moschofilero wines are often aged on lees and in barrels. The Mantinia PDO requires at least 85% Moschofilero in the wine, although many are varietal. It can also be found blended with other grapes in PGI designations to add fresh acidity.