Gaia (Gaia's Estate)

Monograph Moschofilero

9.05 ratings
9.21 pro ratings
Peloponnisos, Greece
Moschofilero
Top Notes For
Adam Kincaid

This bottle is punching outside it’s weight class. Gorgeous and complex.

The hue is interesting - soft pink like watered down grapefruit. Slightly peachy pink.

The grapefruit trend continues on the nose too, mixed with beeswax and yellow pear skin. Also, do I get bubblegum? Or green apple jolly rancher? Cool.

Quite dry and acidic. Tart but not cringingly so. Apricot and underripe peach dominate but it doesn’t get old at all. Can’t wait to find more of this.

This bottle is punching outside it’s weight class. Gorgeous and complex.

The hue is interesting - soft pink like watered down grapefruit. Slightly peachy pink.

The grapefruit trend continues on the nose too, mixed with beeswax and yellow pear skin. Also, do I get bubblegum? Or green apple jolly rancher? Cool.

Quite dry and acidic. Tart but not cringingly so. Apricot and underripe peach dominate but it doesn’t get old at all. Can’t wait to find more of this.

Jan 17th, 2022
Nick M
8.7

This paired well with za’atar-spiced salmon. I imagine it would go well with almost any Mediterranean or Middle Eastern dish that you’d want to serve a white with.

This paired well with za’atar-spiced salmon. I imagine it would go well with almost any Mediterranean or Middle Eastern dish that you’d want to serve a white with.

1 person found it helpfulJan 10th, 2020
Andrew Craig

Super strong pine taste. Not bad but really specific. Not good with food

Super strong pine taste. Not bad but really specific. Not good with food

Jun 25th, 2018
Anna Craig

Crisp and light, with a bit of spice and funk!

Crisp and light, with a bit of spice and funk!

Jun 25th, 2018