Maratheftiko Grapes


Maratheftiko is an ancient grape variety indigenous to Cyprus. It is also known locally as Vambakadha , Vambakina , Pampakia , Mavrospourtiko , Aloupostaphylo It is grown in sparse quantities around the island but mostly in the Pitsilia region. In the 1980s, with the revival of small boutique wineries in Cyprus this variety was rediscovered and its cultivation is slowly on the increase again, as it offers a distinctive character to local wines. Keo, the largest winery on the island has been one of the companies to encourage its growth.[2]

2004 statistics reveal that marathefriko cultivation covers 125 hectares which represents less than 1%% of cultivated vineyards on the island.


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



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