Maraguezia (PGI-Evia Island)
There is an interesting story in Malagazia. Malagazia's endangered grapes of Malagazia were rescued by a professor at Thessaloniki University. He was collecting grapes from a mountain village in Greece and at that time he came across Malagasia, which was accidentally endangered. After that, he cultivated grapes collected experimentally in the vineyards of Porto Carras in the center of the three Halkidiki Peninsula, and raised Malagasia. In recent years, the recognition of Malagasia as a crisp wine that allows you to enjoy a richer flavor as it ages is spreading.
About this wine
|Country of origin||Greece (Greece)|
|Region||Central Greece (Evia Island)|
"Lycos Marauguia" is a bright green citrus wine with a hint of pineapple and apricot and a slight peach scent. While very well balanced, it has a complex taste and a long aftertaste. The unique sourness of Marauguia goes very well with fish dishes such as lobster pasta, grilled fish, calamari and sashimi.
Award-Silver Award DECANDER 2015 & 2016, Silver Award BERLINER WEIN TROPHY 2015, Silver Award MUNDUS VINI 2015, Dubble Gold Award CWSA 2014, Silver Award CWSA 2013
Type-DryMedium body, Optimum temperature-08°C ~ 10°C
Lobster pasta, charcoal grilled wild bream, grilled squid, vegetable risotto, lemon chicken, white sauce