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Tsangarides Mataro 2011 (Organic Red) Tsangarides Mataro 2011 (Organic Red)
Tsangarides Mataro 2011 (Organic Red) Sale price€19,90(€26,53/l)
Makarouna's Maratheftiko 2017 (Red)
Makarouna's Maratheftiko 2017 (Red) Sale price€15,90(€21,20/l)
Ezousa Metharme Maratheftiko 2009 (Red)
Ezousa Metharme Maratheftiko 2009 (Red) Sale price€22,90(€30,53/l)
Makarouna's Aerides 2017 (Red)
Makarouna's Aerides 2017 (Red) Sale price€13,90(€18,53/l)
Vasilikon Methy Cabernet Sauvignon 2009 (Red) Vasilikon Methy Cabernet Sauvignon 2009 (Red)
Vasilikon Methy Cabernet Sauvignon 2009 (Red) Sale price€29,90(€39,87/l)
Kalamos Maratheftiko 2018 (Red) Kalamos Maratheftiko 2018 (Red)
Kalamos Maratheftiko 2018 (Red) Sale price€19,90(€26,53/l)
Kalamos Maratheftiko Gerani 2012 (Red)
Kalamos Maratheftiko Gerani 2012 (Red) Sale price€18,90(€25,20/l)
Tsangarides Cabernet Sauvignon 2021 (trockener Rotwein) - Flasche 0,75 LiterTsangarides Cabernet Sauvignon 2021 (trockener Rotwein) - Flasche 0,75 Liter
Fermança Negre 2014 - Flasche 0,75 Liter
Fermança Negre 2014 - Flasche 0,75 Liter Sale price€17,90(€23,87/l)
Vasilikon Aeon Maratheftiko 2017 (Red) Vasilikon Aeon Maratheftiko 2017 (Red)
Vasilikon Aeon Maratheftiko 2017 (Red) Sale price€23,90(€31,87/l)

red wine

The island of Cyprus in the Mediterranean is still considered by experts to be a relatively unknown but very diverse wine destination. Red wine of the highest quality from Cyprus is particularly appreciated. Up to 25 different grape varieties have been organically cultivated, cultivated and processed into wine in Cyprus for over 6000 years. Even if the yields are not huge, the popularity of Cypriot wines is growing worldwide. The best known in this country is the very high-quality wine Maratheftiko . It is considered one of the highest quality and rarest types of wine, since the grape can only be planted on a relatively small area.

Only 80,000 bottles are filled each year. Cyprus is not very big and still has a lot to offer. On the sunny southern slopes of the Troodos Mountains, which rise up to 1500 meters above sea level, there are ideal conditions for grapes. Lots of sun, pleasant temperatures and the poor limestone soil on the Mediterranean island allow the plants to grow very well and ensure an aromatic taste. Red wine from Cyprus is becoming more and more popular and is slowly but surely making its way internationally among wine connoisseurs.

Convince yourself of the versatility and the high-quality taste of Cypriot red wines.