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Zoumiatiko

Also known as: Damiatis, Smederevka.

White Balkan variety (from Bulgaria, Yugoslavia and Turkey), grown throughout Macedonia and Thrace. It ripens in mid September.

If cultivated at a low yield per vine, the Zoumiatiko variety produces wines of average alcoholic strength, medium to low acidity and a gentle aroma. It is used in making certain Vins de Pays (Messimvriotikos [of Messimvria], Avdiron [of Avdira], Serron [of Serres], Ismarikos [of Ismaros]) and Table wines.

[Text and photos taken from the book 'Wine-producing varieties of the Greek vineyard' by Haroula Spinthiropoulou - Olive Press Publications, 2000 (in Greek)]

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