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Mavrodaphne from the island of Cephalonia in Greece is usually made into dessert wine, but this one is completely dry. Grown on old bush vines, it's slightly earthy on the nose with delicate notes of green forest and tomato. The palate is more fruity with purple fruit flavors. Medium body and softer tannins than most Greek reds will pair well with roasted or braised meats.