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The oldest wine in the World.
Brownish gold in colour, as a great Commandaria should be.
A fine aroma on the nose, where you can find predominant chocolate and coffee aromas, followed by fresh mint that follows in the mouth.
On the nose, the first impression is finesse, with a subtle round taste, that leaves an impression of mushroom in the centre of the mouth, and a luscious chocolate, heavier on the coffee, with a note of freshness flowing, that carries the taste through.
IN THE VINEYARD
Soil Type: Volcanic Soil
Age Of Vines: 15 – 25 Years Old
Trellising: Horizontal Cuplike
Vine Density: 3000/ ha
IN THE CELLAR
Wood ageing: Four Years in Oak Barrels.
Total production: 4000 cases of 6 bottles
Saint Barnabas Commandaria is only given to the market when it is ready for consuption, but Commandaria keeps getting better and better with time.
The Aeiging Potential is limitless.
Commandaria is the absolute dessert wine.
It will complement any dessert, but mostly chocolate, creamy desserts, fruit and nuts.
Try it with blue cheese and grapes.
2013 – 13th Concours International Du Vin Thessalonique 2013 – Gold Medal
2013 – Decanter World Wine Awards 2013 – Silver Medal
2012 – 12th Concours International Du Vin Thessalonique 2012 – Grand Gold Medal
2009 – U. S. Inernational Exhibition/ Wholesalers Convention 2009 – Gold Medal BEST OF SHOW
2008 – Berliner Wein Trophy 2008 – Germany – Gold Medal
2008 – 8th Concours International Du Vin Thessalonique 2008 -Grand Gold Medal
2007 – 7th Concours International Du Vin Thessalonique 2007 – Gold Medal
2007 – 2nd Cyprus National Wine Competition 2007 – Gold Medal