The Women of Wine

Throughout history, wine has been a common thread running through innumerable cultures, religions, and nations. The global wine industry dates to antiquity, and though you probably think that women…


Merlot at a glance

Popular, attractive, easy to drink with a mild, soft taste, Merlot seems to be now well-known in Cyprus as a food-friendly wine, able to be combined with many…


Organic Wine

Over the years, with growing health and environmental consciousness, organic wines have gained significance. As a result, wine producers all over the world are looking into creating such wines.…


When is Grape Harvest Season?

Especially in sunny regions like Cyprus, the trick to a successful harvest (and resulting amazing wine) is picking grapes at their ideal ripeness, not simply when they taste sweet. Through the weeks…


Chardonnay at a glance

Characteristics Chardonnay is the most popular white wine in the world. The green-skinned grape originated in the Burgundy region of France, but now grows in almost…


A brief introduction to the European expansion of wine

Wine in the bible “And Noah began to be husbandman, and he planted a vineyard: and he drank of the wine, and was drunken”. This is the first biblical mention of that plant to which Old and New…


9 reasons to love red wine

People of the Mediterranean have a wonderful relationship with wine. The sea breeze, the long summers and the love for a good glass of wine accompanied by good friends, all are factors that helped…


How do fruity flavors enter our wine glass?

We try a glass of Xinisteri wine and it reminds us of citrus fruit with fine notes of white flowers while a glass of Maratheftiko has a flavor of black berries and red forest fruits. However no wine…


Commandaria "The Apostle of Wines"

“On this island there is a treasure which only the king of kings deserves to hold”. These were the words through the tradition of Sultan Selim II, “the Drunkard” as he was known,…