Larnaka: Where the old viticultural history of the island meets modern winemaking
Larnaka is Cyprus’ oldest soul; the longest continually inhabited region of the
island, with a history that dates back 10,000 years, and the most centrally
positioned, offering easy access to other regions.
Below we take a look at what Larnaka’s viticulture has to offer:
The island’s longstanding tradition of winemaking needs no further proof than
its claim to the world’s oldest named wine still in production – that of
Koumandaria (Commandaria), proclaimed by Richard the Lionheart as the
“wine of the kings and the king of the wines.”
Although relatively new, wine... [
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