Vradiano is a dark-skinned grape grown in Central Greece and in particular in the island of Evia.

Vradiano yields pink and red, dry and sweet wines of smooth, fruity character, with a nose of wildflowers, damp leaves, Eucalyptus and red fruit and a palate of intense cherry, raspberry, and gooseberry, with mild acidity.

Wines from Vradiano require aging to reach their prime when they are ideal to fully enjoy them with strong meat such as wild boar or Greek black pork, recipes with wine sauce and aged cold cuts.

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