Three and a half glasses
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This traditional dessert wine is considered to be the oldest named wine still in production. Grapes that are indigenous to the island of Cyprus are picked late and dried on mats, in order to obtain maximum concentration and sweetness. Produced by the Solera system, this is a nutty wine with aromas of cocoa and baking spices.
Produced in the Solera system on the island of Cyprus, this traditional dessert wine is considered to be the oldest named wine still in production. Indigenous grapes from Cyprus are picked late and dried on mats to obtain maximum concentration and sweetness. Nutty, with notes of cocoa and baking spices.
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