The rich viticultural tradition of Cyprus has been kept alive for 6000 years now. Through 7 different exciting wine routes, you can experience Cypriot hospitality and be introduced to the world of the indigenous varieties of our island and many more.
The most widely planted, indigenous variety of Cyprus and one of the two involved in the production of Commandaria and Zivania. Mavro has a medium body and gives table wines, not suitable for aging, wines with moderate colour density, mild acidity, mild aromas, and light taste.
It tastes slightly astringent and has many tannins and a distinctive aroma and colour. It produces rosé wines with aromas of cherries and strawberries, light reds with aromas of red and black fruits, and in combination with other red varieties, gives complex, aromatic reds with medium body and tannins making it ideal for summer consumption. Great with juicy burgers, grilled meats, pasta with tomato sauce, chicken, and fish grilled or baked.
Find out more about the Cyprus Wine Routes on our website: https://www.visitcyprus.com/index.php/en/discovercyprus/routes/wine-routes
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