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MALVASIA: The Renowed Wine Yesterday and Today

by Stavroula Kourakou

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Athens, 2020. In English. Cloth, 28 cm, 232 pp., ill. ISBN: 978-960-6849-85-5.
CONTENTS:MONEMVÁSIOS OÍNOS – MALVASIA The wine type Methods of production 1. Sun-dried grapes 2. Grapes dried on the vine branches 3. The timelessness of traditional methods 4. Groundless hypotheses THE GRAPE VARIETY MONEMVASIÁ – MALVASIA 1. Monemvasiá in Crete 2. Monovasiá in the Cycladic islands 3. The climate and the vinestocks THE GRAPE VARIETIES MALVASIA IN NAME 1. Greek white grape varieties 2. Varieties with coloured grapes 3. Malvasia di Candia – athíri THE VINTAGE 1. Treading floors in Crete 2. Marc presses in Crete 3. Must and vinum mustum 4. Treading floors in Monemvasia 5. Barrels for must and wine TREATMENTS 1. Stabilizing wines 2. Concentrating must – vini cotti 3. Racking – use of the ornela 4. Mixing wines MALVASIA OF MONEMVASIA OR WINES OF MALEVIZI? 1. Bartholomeo di Paxi's lists 2. Conclusions of modern studies 3. The Castle of Violets 4. The… Read more
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