Red Xinómavro grapes are one of the finest grape varieties in Greece and one of the most difficult to domesticate. Its name reveals its basic characteristics: high acidity (Xino = acidity), deep red, almost black (Mavro = black) and obvious tannin content. Wine that is intended for a long period of storage gets better every year.
The winemaker must have the highest wine content. The Arvanitidis winery has risen to this challenge and shows Xinómavro with super-ripe fruit properties (plums and wild berries) and exciting nuances of mocha and dried tomatoes. The wine is full-bodied, extremely long and lively. There is also a big problem: enjoy it now or keep it?