Aidani Mavro grapes
Hypothetically, Aidani Mavro is also a blending ingredient of the ancient wines Aperanthitis, Malvasia and Naxos.
Aidani Mavro is proven as not a different variety from Aidani contrary to local beliefs. It is Aidani’s color mutation released in 2007.
This dark-skinned alteration is attributed by other similar varieties such as Aedano Mavro, Aidani Noir, Aidano Mavro , Itani Mavro, Mavraidano, Mayraedano and Santorin.
Characteristics of Aidani Mavro Wines
Aidani Mavro is usually taken and used in producing dry or semi-sweet wine blends with Assyrtico and Athiri.
Wines made from this grape variety are notable of their floral and tropical-fruit aromas. They are usually low in alcohol and acidity compared to Assyrtico wines.
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