How to enjoy it

Mavrodaphne is enjoyed mainly as a dessert wine and perfectly accompanies fruits, deserts like chocolate cake or walnut pie and blue cheese like Roquefort. It adores chocolate, a fresh Mavrodaphne could be combined with milk chocolate, while an older vintage Mavrodaphne with a bitter one.
Mavrodaphne produced by adding wine spirits (brandy) instead of wine alcohol, such as Mavrodaphne vintage 2008 by Karelas would ideally accompany a cigar.

It may be served slightly chilled, accompanied by fruits such as pineapple and roasted nuts.
It is recommended as an excellent tonic and is served at 10 - 15oC.

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