Wine Discoveries happen every day, or at least they should. Today as part of global #CabernetDay celebrations, our hat goes off to Methi 2005 Vintage from Kathikas, working hard to finish their winery ....a wonderful moment to re:discover a nature of wine from Cyprus
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By insistance of writing about the wine of Cyprus from 1845, being the wine of my life, it had to one day get to the ears of the Embassy of Cyprus. A counselor of the Embassy contacted me and would be happy that Cyprus can buy an empty bottle of Cyprus in 1845, for it to be exposed in a museum.
A force d'écrire que le vin de Chypre de 1845 est le plus grand vin de ma vie, ça devait remonter un jour jusqu'aux oreilles de l'Ambassade de Chypre. Un conseiller de l'Ambassade me contacte et serait heureux que Chypre puisse acquérir une bouteille vide de Chypre 1845, pour qu'elle figure dans un musée.
François Audouze Recently met with Ambassador Marios Lyssiotis and set to celebrate this historic re-encounter.
Enjoyment, entertainment and traditional food and quality Cypriot wine made it to the largest annual festival bringing the Cyprus community together in London. The Alexandra Palace venue remains the ideal setting for this ...
A world of aromas. Full of ripe plum as well as mint, tobacco, moccha, hint of blackcurrant leaf, chocolate, dark spices, ink and green pepper. However after longer decanting the aforementioned notes are mixed with pepper, blueberry and leather.
Laid-Back Sommelier has good friends worthy to have brought the Keo Heritage bottle from Cyprus to show the capability of local wine making.
The Heritage 2008 is an interesting wine, the 2008's palate is soft, round and almost silky and with nice acidity. Full-bodied with a grip on the mid-palate however with a slightly bitter and short finish. Aged for 3 years in French oak from Limousin, the wine's tannins are nicely integated at the age of 4 years (tasted in July 2012).
Aes Ambelis Rosé, a truly sun blessed wine, taking Mediterranean Rosés to the top. Judging by this year’s results, Aes Ambelis Winery with great satisfaction announces it’s bronze medal awarded during...
Degustation de Vins de Chypre, 11 wineries to support the Cyprus Embassy in Paris at the OIV presentation. Zambartas Wines, Vouni Panayia Winery, Makkas Winery, Fikardos Winery, Kyperounda, Keo Winery, Lambouri Wines, Etko Wines, Loel Wines & Spirits, Sodap Wines, Ayia Mavri.
In nature, as in wine seasons, the return to the source has always something of positive emotions and vital satisfaction.
Take the story behind the return of bottles of Commandaria 1845 from Paris, beyond the possibility of tracing back heritage, one does observe the result of fruitful of encounters; satisfaction produced at a personal level and which institutions sometimes make their own.
Couldn’t we just forget Paris? And return to the realities of our normal productive lives? We can’t, because of these virtuous circles without end.
“ Our life is an apprenticeship to the truth, that around every circle another can be drawn; that there is no end in nature, but every end is a beginning; that there is always another dawn risen on...
La Commandaria est un vin doux naturel, de couleur ambre, produit à partir de deux cépages traditionnels de Chypre, le Mavro (noir) et le Xynistèri (blanc) dont la subtile combinaison se trouve à la base de son incroyable complexité aromatique.
#MaratheftikoWeek Uncorking 2009 @Maratheftiko This is harvest week for Maratheftiko in Cyprus and there is nothing like exploring maturing bottles. This 2009 Maratheftiko from Makkas is testimonial...
Ancient findings, unearthed from Amathus, Pyrgos, Erimi, Episkopi and Kourion, representative works of medieval sgraffito, glazed pottery and byzantine iconography, from the Limassol district (Monagri, Koilani, Pelendri, ...
The wines that endure prolonged spells of hot dry weather and are thin skinned so they produce a refreshing light-bodied red and white made from the xinisteri grape that is fruity and refreshing, but the local maratheftiko grapes are proving a rather capricious variety. "These wines are unique to Cyprus but uniqueness itself is not enough here. There has to be quality too"
Unearthing the Promara White Wine 2011 vintage in time for the Cyprus Wine Awards can defintely set a new course in wine making at the Vouni Panayia Winery. Promara is an indigenous grape variety for...
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