Selina Mavrodaphne of Patras
Grape Varieties: 80% Mavrodaphne 20% Corinthiaki
Type: Naturally sweet red wine
Location of vineyards: PDO region of Patras, which lies in the northern-central sub-mountainous zones of Achaia district, northern Peloponnese. 300-500m above sea level.
Upon harvest, the grapes placed on mats and sundried 7 – 10 days before fermentation. The juice is then fortified and aged in 1k liter barrels for 18 months. Bottled and left to rest for 6 additional months before release. Harvested late September between 24 – 28 brix.
Alcohol level & characteristics:
Alcohol: 12.5 % ABV, Acidity: 4.7g/l
Description: Ruby red terracotta with purple hue. Aromatic notes of dried plum, fig, and raisins, mint, cocoa and jam.