Grape (Vitis)
Color of berry skin Noir
Species Vitis vinifera
Also called See list of synonyms
Origin Greece

Mandilaria (Greek: Μαντηλαριά) is a red Greek wine grape variety[1] that is grown throughout the Greek Isles. The grape is often used as a blending component, producing deeply colored wines that are light bodied.[2]


Mandilaria is also known under the synonyms Amorgiano, Amourguiano, Armorgiano, Dombrena Mavri, Domvrena Mavri, Doubraina Mavri, Doubrena Mavri, Doumbrena Mavri, Doumpraina Mavri, Doympraina Mavre, K'ntoura Kai M'ntoura, Kontoura, Koudoura Mavri, Koundour A Mavri, Koundoura Mavri, Kountoura, Kountoura Mavri, Kountoyro, Koutoura, Koyntoura, Koyntoura Mavre, Kytoura, Mandalari, Mandilari, Mantelaria, Mantilari, Mantilaria, Montoyra, and Tsoumpraina Mavri.[1]


  1. 1 2 "Mandilaria". Vitis International Variety Catalogue. Archived from the original on 2012-04-22. Retrieved 2010-01-30.
  2. J. Robinson Jancis Robinson's Wine Course Third Edition pg 141 Abbeville Press 2003 ISBN 0-7892-0883-0

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