Xinomavro [ksino-mav-roh] is a red wine grape originated from Greece, which later started to be also grown in Northwest China. Its name comes from the combination of the two Greek words: “xino” (“sour”) and mavro (“black”). Wines produced from Xinomavro have distinctive style and character, as well as a magical aromatic bouquet that varies from violets, fruits, olives to tomatoes, mushrooms and tobacco.
Raspberry, Plum, Allspice, Anise, Tobacco
Xinomavro tastes great if you drink it to meat stew, grilled beefsteak, sausages, or a mushroom risotto with parmesan flakes.