The Winery Halaris in Aegean Sea
The Winery Halaris is one of the best wineries to follow in Aegean Sea.. It offers 6 wines for sale in of Aegean Sea to come and discover on site or to buy online.
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How Winery Halaris wines pair with each other generally quite well with dishes of beef, lamb or spicy food such as recipes of couscous without couscous maker, mansaf, or jordanian lamb (jordan) or lobster tail armorican style.
How Winery Halaris wines pair with each other generally quite well with dishes such as recipes .
Muscat à petits grains is a white grape variety of Greek origin. Present in several Mediterranean vineyards, it has several synonyms such as muscat de Die, muscat blanc and frontignac. In France, it occupies a little less than 7,000 ha out of a total of 45,000 ha worldwide. Its young shoots are downy. Its youngest leaves are shiny, bronzed and scabrous. The berries and bunches of this variety are all medium-sized. The flesh of the berries is juicy, sweet and firm. Muscat à petits grains has a second ripening period and buds early in the year. It is moderately vigorous and must be pruned short. It likes poor, stony slopes. This variety is often exposed to spring frosts. It fears mildew, wasps, grape worms, court-noué, grey rot and powdery mildew. Muscat à petits grains is used to make rosé wines and dry white wines. Orange, brown sugar, barley sugar and raisins are the known aromas of these wines.
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This grape variety is native to the Balearic Islands (Spain), more precisely to the island of Mayorque, and has been cultivated for a very long time. It is believed to be the result of a natural cross between the escursac or excursach and the mansés (or mancès) de capdell. DNA analyses show that the Fogoneu Mallorqui is not related to any other variety and that the Fogoneu is a direct descendant of the Callet. It can be found in Argentina, Spain and Italy, but is little known in France, although it should be interesting for the production of original rosé wines that are always very pleasant to drink.