Greece is home to several dessert wines ranging from the port-like Mavrodaphne of Patras to a slightly nuttier version with the Commandria to the honey-like Muscat of Samos; all are excellent with a plate of figs, almonds and oranges.
A ruby-red color; an intense and rich nose redolent of black raisins; a full-bodied, rounded palate showcases the sweetness of dried raisins; the mouth is filled with marvelous Mavrodaphne notes, while the tongue receives a welcome surprise in the guise of this intensely pleasurable versatile wine. More >
A bright yellow-amber color turning to gold. A rich bouquet of honey underpinned by plenty of lemon and orange peel scents. honey on the palate with some apricot fruit is met by good, sturdy acidity around the mid-palate that carries the sweet honey and lemon flavors through to a long, extended finish. More >
This legendary red robust dessert wine is aged in oak barrels for minimum of three years and is made as in 1191AD by the Crusaders from late harvested, sun-dried Mavro and Xinisteri grapes, to retain the natural sweetness. More >