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Cyprus has been a vine-growing and wine-producing country for many hundreds of years. Most wine production remains based on a few varieties of local grapes such as Mavro and Xynisteri although international varieties are also cultivated.


White WineDessert Wine
Xynisteri is an indigenous white grape and around 13% of the vineyard area, or 500 hectares on the south slopes of the Troodos mountain range are planted with this grape variety. It is used in the production of several local, mainly white Cypriot wines.

Commandaria, is the Cypriot dessert wine, produced from a blend of Xynisteri and Mavro grape varieties.

Cypriot Wine

Kyperounda Petritis

£14.75