The wine is not a new story about Cyprus. Recent excavations on the island confirmed a remarkable truth that this is the small Kochi land produced wine for almost 5,500 years.
Their findings indicate that Cyprus was the birthplace of wine development throughout the Mediterranean basin, from Greece to Italy and France.
The testimonies of vinous history that drags behind the island is just one of the reasons that make a ride in an attractive vine experience. A second important reason is to get the Cypriot wineries, usually small and charming, but always with prearrangement of your visit.
The third and best is the very wines that wine lovers will savor the journey through the wine roads of Cyprus. From the traditional local varieties, black and Xynisteri and unique worldwide Commandaria up famous varieties such as Cabernet, Sauvignon and Shiraz.
Come, Cairns wine!
Source: Cyprus Tourism Organisation, Text: Yiannis Konstantinou