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Rotwein 2017 P.G.I. Slopes of Paiko Xinomavro, Macedonia / Μακεδονία, Greece

Type: Rotwein (Red wine)
Quantity: 0.75 L
Alcohol content: 14%
Bottle closure: Natural cork
Maturing: oak barrel
Registration number: #SK-L000947/17

Wine Review Report:

wein.plus rating: very good (89 WP) What our ratings mean
Last reviewed: 5 January, 2021
Editor note: Bloody-fleshy, iodiney and somewhat metallic nose of more black than red berries with dried herb notes reminiscent of oregano and a hint of pepper. Clear, polished, tart and fine-juicy fruit, very fine, youthful tannin and certain acid bite, metallic, iodine-meaty and dried-herbal aromas, oregano again, persistent on the palate, has life and freshness, amazing coolness for the relatively high alcohol, mineral notes, very good, firm, tart-juicy and again reminiscent of oregano and iodine finish

Ancient Macedonia (Macedonia, Makedonía) on the northwest edge of the Aegean Sea was a kingdom in northern Greece and rose to power under King Philip II. (359-336 B.C.) it rose to become a great power. He ruled over almost the entire Balkan Peninsula. His son Alexander the Great (356-323 BC) used Macedonia only as a base for his campaigns. The Macedonian kings were known for their ability to drink and Alexander was allegedly killed during a drinking session. In 167 BC the empire collapsed and came under Roman rule. When the Roman Empire was divided, in 395 the province was defeated to the Byzantine Empire. After an eventful history, the territory was divided between Greece,...

The history of Greek viticulture began, so to speak, with a fling between the supreme god Zeus and the beautiful Seméle (daughter of Harmonia, goddess of harmony), which led to the birth of Dionysus, the god of wine, joy, grapes, fertility and ecstasy. Ancient Greece or, based on archaeological finds, especially the island of Crete, is considered one of the "cradles of European wine culture". Wine was already cultivated in the Mycenaean culture in the 16th century BC (Mycenae = north-eastern Peloponnese), as indicated by amphorae that have been found. Wine was an important part of the drinking culture of...

The red grape variety originates from Greece. Synonyms are Black Naousa, Csinomavro, Mavro, Mavro Goumenissas, Mavro Naoussis, Mavro Naoustino, Mavro Xyno, Naouses Mavro, Naoussis Mavro, Naoustiano, Naoystiro Mavro, Negroska Popolka, Niaousa, Niasoustino, Pipoliko, Pipolka, Popoliko, Popolka, Xinogaltso, Xynomavro Bolgar, Xynomavron, Xynomavro Naoussis, Xynomavro of Náoussa, Zinomavro and Zynomavro. The synonym Naoussis Mavro and similar ones (meaning "blacks from Naoussa") indicate its probable place of origin in Macedonia.

Xinomavro - Weintraube und Blatt

It is distinguished into at least three varieties (clones), which differ somewhat...

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