Mavrodaphni Of Patra 75Cl
- Mavrodaphne of Patras
- A truly remarkable, luscious, fullbodied dessert wine produced from the Mavrodaphne grape which grows in the vineyards overlooking the gulf of Patras.
- Wine of Greece
- Protected of designation of origin
- Pack size: 750ml
- Contains: Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites
- Lovely aromas of raisins and dates. Rich, dried fruit flavours with good acidity that balances this sweet wine. Long finish with a rich fruit that lingers, an ideal wine to offer by the glass as an aperitif, a dessert wine, or with rich stews or game.
Region of Origin
Greek Wine Cellars
Type of Closure
- The grapes are harvested in August and sun-dried before pressing. Normal fermentation takes place and is arrested by the addition of a small quantity of grape spirit. This kills the yeast and thereby preserves the sugar content (at 130 gms/lit). The wine is then aged in oak barrels for a minimum of one year using a ‘solera' system
- Mavrodaphne of Patras is a traditional wine of Greece. It is made from grape varieties unique to Greece. The wine was first made famous by Gustav Clauss, a Bavarian, who came to Greece with the Bavarian prince, Otto, who was offered the Crown of Greece in the 1830s. In 1864 the Mavrodaphne was introduced - so called in memory of Gustav's fiancee, a black-haired Greek girl called Daphne, who had died before they were able to be married. In the succeeding 150 years it has become a famed wine of Greece.
- The Mavrodaphne wine possesses a Protected Designation of Origin - Patras. It originates from vineyards on the low hills and lower slopes of the Peloponnesian mountains surrounding the city of Patras, from which it takes its full name, Mavrodaphne of Patras. The vineyards overlook the Gulf of Patras and are kept cool during the hot summer days by the onshore sea breezes. The soil is generally alluvial clay underlain by limestone.
- This wine can be drunk now but will further improve if carefully stored for up to 2 years
Alcohol Unit Other Text
Country of Origin
Origin Free Text
Wine of Greece
Preparation and Usage
- Best served chilled
Name and address
- Bottled by:
- Greek Wine Cellars D. Kourtakis S.A.,
- 19003 Markopoulo,
Lower age limit
Statutory Years : 18
750 Millilitres ℮
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