Mavroudi variety is one of the oldest greek grape varieties. Its name is associated with the characteristic feature of the grapes, their dark red color. This is a particular variety that displays rich aromas and at the same time, an intense tannic character, under the correct vinification conditions. The micro-oxygenation process that takes place during its aging in oak barrels, results in a wine with soft aromas of berries and notes of vanilla. Crimson colored, with aromas such as cherry, strawberry, and aromatic herbs. Dry, with well-structured taste, pleasant acidity, and, rich tannins. An intense aftertaste, with good duration.