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Μαvrodaphne 2014 - Haritatos Vineyard
Haritatos Vineyard

ΜΑVRODAPHNE 2014 - HARITATOS VINEYARD

  Greece / Cephalonia
€13.90
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Why do we love it?

You know that we love dry Mavrodaphne. It is definitely one of the top Greek red varieties and we bet you that soon its wines will be among the most acclaimed and most expensive in Greece.

However, at the moment we are talking, Mavrodaphni 2014 - Domaine Haritatou will give a unique touch of style and class to your table without this being reflected in any way in the price. Juicy, velvety and delicate, it can be your secret weapon this winter.

With Kefalonia evolving into one of the most important wine zones of Greece, three brothers, Ioanna, Haritos and Kostas Haritatos joined forces and their love for wine under the family winery, at the center of the fairytale estate. And when we say fairy tale, we are probably talking about one of the most beautiful in Greece.

Mavrodaphne is cultivated in the organic vineyard within the estate and is vinified with the most modern techniques in the technologically perfect winery. 30% matures in a barrel for more than 2 years while the remaining 70% is waiting patiently in the tank. The two years in the barrel round the tannins and the palate adding complexity, while 70% is responsible for all the fruit that remains unaffected.

If you are looking for a secret weapon, Mavrodaphne 2014 - Domaine Haritatou has all it takes.

When to drink it?

For the next 5 years it promises exceptional evolution.

COLOR

RED

AROMA

MEDIUM FRUITY

BODY

MEDIUM

ACIDITY

MEDIUM

Tastes Like

Medium purple color in the glass.

Nose of moderate aromatic intensity that slowly unfolds the aromatic characteristics of the variety: cherry, sour cherry, mature strawberry and on second level aromas of black olive, green pepper, laurel and leather.

Medium (+) volume body with good concentration, balanced acidity, and soft well-worked tannins. Juicy cherry and sour cherry, are combined with green tea notes, while cocoa and oak flavors from the barrel make their presence distinctive. Delicious long-lasting cherry aftertaste, which insists.

Technical stuff
Color Red
Type Dry
Year 2014
Alcohol 13 %
Origin Cephalonia
Variety Mavrodaphne
Aromas cherry, sour cherry, ripe strawberry, black olive, green pepper, laurel, leather
Bottle Size 750ml
Barrique 24 months (30%)
Serving temperature 16ºC
Aging 8 years
Closure Cork
Organic No

ΜΑVRODAPHNE 2014 - HARITATOS VINEYARD

PAIR IT

Pair with pork with spice and red wine, pastitsio, moussaka, meatballs, chicken broth.

Rooster Pastitsada (spicy tomato sauce)

1 kg of rooster, cut into portions

500 gr. spaghetti (ideally no. 2)

1 clove of garlic

2 large onions

2 tbsps. white wine vinegar

200 ml. red wine

1 tbsp. of sugar

1 tbsp. of butter

2 tbsps. of tomato paste

150 gr. tomato sauce

2 bay leaves

1 cinnamon stick

3-4 all spices

Olive oil

Freshly ground black pepper

Salt

Wash the rooster and dry it with absorbent paper. Heat up the olive oil in a frying pan, brown the pieces of the rooster well on all sides and transfer them to a wide, deep pot.

In the pan (with the olive oil) we used before, add the butter, garlic and onions after chopping them. We saute them until they soften, and then add the vinegar. Then return the meat into the pot.

Put the pot in high heat and pour in the wine. Leave for a few minutes to evaporate and then add the spices, sugar, pepper and salt. Finally add the tomato paste dissolved in a cup of hot water.

Lower the heat and let simmer until the meat softens and the sauce is thick.

Check regularly to have enough sauce and add extra hot water if necessary.

When the rooster is tender, boil the spaghetti in another pot.

Remove the meat from the saucepan and place it on a serving platter. Put the spaghetti in the sauce and mix well to absorb the juices.

Serve the spaghetti with the meat and if you want, sprinkle with a little cinnamon and grated cheese.

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