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Red wine 2014 P.G.I. Epanomi Museum Collection, Macedonia / Μακεδονία, Greece

Type: Red wine
Quantity: 0.75 l
Alcohol content : 14%
Bottle closue: Natural cork
Registration number : #KG-L16046A

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Last reviewed: 1 September 2018

Ancient Macedonia (Macedonia, Macedonia) on the northwestern edge of the Aegean was a kingdom in northern Greece and rose under King Philip II (359-336 BC) to great power. This dominated almost the entire Balkan Peninsula. Macedonia only served his son Alexander the Great (356-323 BC) as the basis for his campaigns. The Macedonian kings were known for their drinking strength and Alexander was allegedly killed during a drinking spree. In 167 BC the empire collapsed and came under Roman rule. With the division of the Roman Empire in 395 the province was defeated to the Byzantine Empire. After an eventful history, the area between Greece, Serbia and Bulgaria in 1913 and between...

The red grape variety comes from Greece, Synonyms are Kalabaki, Kalambaki, Kalampaki, Lembiotiko, Lemnia, Lemnio, Lemniotico, Limniona, Limniotico and Mavro Limnio. It must not be with the variety Limniona to be confused, according to which DNA analysis genetically differentiates. According to a no longer verifiable, improbable hypothesis, it should be different from that of Aristotle (384-322 BC) and Hesiod (~ 750-680 BC) mentioned variety Lemnia (Limnia) descend. The late ripening vine is resistant to drought but prone to wrong people mildew and Botrytis, It produces body-rich, tannic...

Greek name (meaning "black colored"), which is used for different grape varieties. Among other things, this is also a synonym for the two varieties Agiorgitiko (Mavroudi Nemeas) and Mavrud (Mavroude, Mavroudi Boulgarias, Mavroudion, Mavroudi Voulgarias); look there.

The red grape variety comes from Greece, The name means "black with crisp flesh". The medium to late ripening, rather low-yielding vine is generally resistant to diseases. It produces colorful, tannin-emphasized red wines with aromas of spices, cherries and wild berries and aging potential. The variety is found on the Aegean island Santorini Root-grown only in very small quantities. The vine, which is already threatened with extinction, was reactivated by two winegrowers.

It is usually blended with the variety Mandilaria used, but also produced by type. Due to the sugar-rich berries it is suitable for the production of sweet wines and has...

The red grape variety comes from France. There are over 80 Synonyms that testify to old age and worldwide distribution. The most important from a historical perspective, or still used today, are Hermitage, Shiraz ( Australia ), Candive, Marsanne Noir, Petite Sirrah, Petite Syrah, Scyras, Sérène, Serine, Sira, Sirac, Sirah, Syra, Syrac ( France ); Balsamina, Neiretta Cunese, Neiretta del Monregalese, Neiretta del Rosso, Neiretta di Pinerolo, Neiretta di Saluzzo ( Italy ); Shiraz ( South Africa ); Zizak ( Montenegro ). Despite apparently suggestive synonyms or morphological It must not be...

The red grape variety comes from France, The name is probably from the French word for blackbird (merle) because these birds like to snack on the very sweet berries when fully ripe. The name can also be an allusion to the black-blue color of the berries similar to the bird. There are over 60 Synonyms which attest to the worldwide spread. The most important are Alicante Noir, Bigney, Black Alicante, Blauer Merlot, Bordò, Crabutet, Crabutet Noir, Hebigney, Médoc Noir, Merlau, Merlot Black, Merlot Blau, Merlot Crni, Merlot Nero, Merlot Noir, Merlott, Merlou, Picard, Pikard, Plant Médoc, Sémillon Rouge, Vidal and Vitraille.

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