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Cretan grape variety Malvasia
Malvasia di Candia Aromatica from Crete, Greece



Greek grape Malvasia Greek grape variety Malvasia Malvasia


Famous Cretan wine during  the Venetian occupation of the island. This variety gives wines with rich aromas, intense fruity flavour and muscat aftertaste. The vine clone “Malvasia di Candia Aromatica”   has returned to the foreground  particularly in Heraklion and many Cretan wines from Cretan grape variety Malvasia have gained distinctions.



See Douloufakis wine from Malvasia:

Femina White dry wine
Variety: Malvasia di Candia aromatica

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DOULOUFAKIS WINES
FROM CRETE, GREECE

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