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DESTINATIONS WINE | GREECE & CYPRUS


grapes left out in the sun, the result is a deliciously sweet – but not too sweet – gloopy glass of delight, all raisin and caramel with sherry overtones. For visitors who wish to dig deeper, the 15th-century Kolossi Castle near Limassol is the home of commandaria wine and worth a visit. Having tried several more glasses in the sunshine, I couldn’t resist buying a couple of bottles to take back with me – so be warned, it’s best not to have just hand luggage on the journey home. Cypriot wines are exported principally to Russia, Germany, Switzerland, Poland and even France – validation of its quality, if ever it were needed. But with just a few million bottles produced on the island each year, if you want to experience the full variety of Cyprus wines, you have to actually go there. Thankfully, that’s not a hardship.


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HF Holidays’ seven-night Cyprus Discovery Tour includes wine tasting at a monastery, a tour of wine cellars around Omodos, plus visits to Paphos and the Akamas Peninsula. Prices start at £899 based on a February 2, 2020, departure, with four-star accommodation, excluding flights. holidays.co.uk


Olympic Holidays offers a week at five-star hotel Anassa from £1,681 based on two sharing on a B&B basis, travelling from Gatwick on September 3. Car hire starts at £100 for a week. olympicholidays.com


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11 JULY 2019


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