Oreads - orange natural Roditis - Papras Bio Wines - Tyrnavos - Thessaly - Greece - Natural Greek Wine

Oreads are nymphs of the mountains, aptly naming this natural rosé wine from the slopes of the mythical mount Olympus.

  • Grower: Papras Bio Wines
  • Vintage: 2023
  • Type: Rosé Dry Wine
  • Grapes: Black Muscat of Tyrnavos 100%
  • Appellation: PGI Tyrnavos
  • Alcohol: 12.50%
  • Bottle: 750ml
  • Viticulture: Certified Organic
  • Vinification: Vinified in small 600lt stainless steel tanks with 7 days of skin contact, fermented in ambient temperature (22-25 Celsius). 50% of stems were reintroduced into the fermentation tank and removed upon completion. Bottled unfiltered / unfined with a few sulfites.
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  • Certified Organic
  • Climate: Mediterranean climate, affected by the nearby Olympus mountain, with cold Winters and hot Summers.
  • Soil: Mainly limestone, with good straining properties, and a PH of 7-7.8.
  • Vine age: Planted in 1991
  • Altitude: 110m
  • Slope: 3%
  • Planting density: 3,800 plants / ha
  • Yield: 2-3 kg / plant
  • Irrigation: 1-2 times if needed
  • Spraying: 1 per season (bluestone / sulfur), if needed
  • Harvesting: Manually


  • Maceration: 7-day skin contact
  • Pressing: None
  • Temperature Control: None
  • Fermentation: Spontaneous fermentation with indigenous yeasts in stainless steel tank for 15 days
  • Malolactic: Naturally completed
  • Maturation: 30 days in stainless steel tank
  • Clarification: Racking
  • Filtration: None
  • Production: 3,000 lt
  • Alcohol: 12.50%
  • Acidity: 5.20 gr/l
  • RS: 0.00 gr/l
  • Total sulfites: 50.00 mg/l
  • Certification: Organic grapes
  • Bottle: 750ml

Papras Bio Wines  is operated by the Papras family. Stergios Papras, the family’s oenologist, has been a pioneer of organic viticulture in Greece. The family’s vineyards have been certified organic since 1990, one of the first to receive organic certification in Greece. The focus is on sparkling wines and the local “Black Muscat of Tyrnavos“. The terroir and the breeze from the nearby mount Olympus, make Tyrnavos ideal for sparkling and aromatic wines.

Tyrnavos is sitting on the south slopes of the mythical mount Olympus, on the region of Thessaly in Greece. The proximity to the mountain, and the river that encircles the town of 16,800 people, define its terroir. Tyrnavos is mainly known for its production of tsipouro and ouzo, and is considered the birthplace of ouzo. Tyrnavos is also famous for a Dionysian carnival celebration named “Bourani”, which is known for its celebration of phallic symbols.