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Aidini grapes

by | Dec 13, 2017

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Greece is known for having different types of varieties. Aidini is a trivial white variety mainly found in this country.

Aidini grapes

Some says that this grape variety originally came from Adana, the southeastern area of Turkey, but no confirmed proof yet on this belief.

Aidani Mavro is one of the grape varieties that is referred to as its color mutation and not actually a distinct type.

Theoretically, Aidini grapes are also used as ingredients in the historical blended wines Apernthitis, Malvasia and Naxos.

Wines with Aidini grapes

Origin

Aidini or also called as Aidani or Aidani Aspro where aspro means white comes from the Kyklades or Cyclades islands in Greece; possibly from Santorini where it is traditionally nourished and developed.

Aidani Mavro is said to be Aidni’s natural color mutation and not its distinct grape variety. Certain synonyms of this variety are Aedano Mavro, Aidani Noir, Aidano Mavro, Ithani Mavro, Mavraidano, Mayraedano and Santorin.

Characteristics of Aidini Grapes

Aidini vines produce large, thick-skinned and compact berries that are late budding and ripening and prone to diseases like powdery and downy mildews.

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Characteristics of Aidini Wines

Usually, Aidini grapes are used for making dry and semi – sweet wines. These wines are remarkable of their floral and sometimes tropical-fruit aromas as well as low levels of alcohol and acidity.

Food Pairings

The dry and semi – sweet wines of Aidini are normally matched with different types of foods like fried zucchini, grilled white fish with lemon and Vietnamese noodle salad with cilantro and chili spices.

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