The Troupis family, though involved in a variety of agronomic pursuits for many decades, has been producing wine under their own label only since 2010. The winery and vineyards are located on the Mantinean mountain plateau, in the Fteri (meaning “fern”) region in the province of Arcadia, in the center of the Peloponnese.
Here, the aromatic Moschofilero reigns, producing wines of refreshing acidity, redolent of tropical flowers, roses, violets, spices, and citrus fruits. In this semi continental climate, Troupis has 7 hectares of vineyards situated at an altitude of about 700 m, with well-drained, clay-rocky soils. In addition to the autochthonous Moschofilero, Troupis also vinifies Agiorgitiko from the nearby appellation of Nemea, where that grape is native.