Biodynamically grown Mavrodafni from its home soil in Achaia. A dry expression of a grape that is usually destined for sweet fortified wines. Medium body with herbs on the nose, cherry cola, leather and citrus on the palate. Dark and lifted at the same time.
Panagiotis Dimitropoulos was the first winemaker in Greece to become Biodynamically certified. He farms at 600 meter altitude on top of a mountain that is said to have been moved by Hercules.