Aidani Grapes


Aidani is another ancient Greek grape variety
and is mainly found in the Cyclades Islands. It produces wines pleasantly aromatic with medium alcoholic content and acidity. It can be successfully mixed with grapes having a high alcoholic content and acidity such as Assyrtiko. Indigenous variety of Santorini which is found on other Cycladic island as well. This white variety produces wines with a flower bouquet. Nicos Manessis in his book “Greek Wine Guide”, stresses that its aroma resembles that of the jasmine.Used as part of a white-wine blend that includes the Assyrtiko and Athiri grape wine. Wine often described as floral-scented.


Translations: Aidani Vīnogas, Aidani Vynuogės, Aidani Struguri, Grožđe Aidani, Aidani Nho, Winogrona Aidani, Aidani Druiven, Aidani अंगूर, Uvas Aidani, Aidani виноград, Αηδάνι Σταφύλια, العنب Aidani, Aidani 포도, Aidani bobulí, Аидани грожђа, Aidani mga ubas, Aidani葡萄, Aidani Raïms, Aidani Grozdje, Aidan bobúľ, Aidani Uva, Aidani ענבי, Aidani Vindruvor, Aidani Anggur, 相谷ブドウ, Cépages Aidani, Aidani Trauben, Aidani Druer, Aidani Druer, Aidani Uvas, Aidani виноград, Aidani Viinirypäleet, Aidani Грозде



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