Mavrodaphne grapes are usually used to make sweet wines, including those used in Greek Orthodox church ceremonies, but this time Markogianni Winery, a small, third-generation family winery located near ancient Olympia, has created an impressive, full-bodied, dry Mavrodaphne with a complex bouquet of violet, lavender, bay leaf, sour cherry, blueberry, cherry, vanilla, toffee and cedar. The wine is named after a river that flows close to the winery. The wine is aged in oak barrels for 10 months and can be aged for 5-6 years.

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€ 13.79 

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