Cyprus sorta, which belongs to the muscat family, has almost died out in Slovenian Istria, among other things, due to the rather demanding production of grapes.
Its knowledge dates back to 2000 BC and is thus one of the oldest wines in the world. Neighbors know it by the synonym Muscat Rose (Croatian Istria) or Moscato rosa (Trentino, Italy). In Slovenia, it was also called “Liqueur wine” due to its density, residual unfermented sugar and high alcohol content.
The wine is rich in light ruby color, with a strong and characteristic floral, mild acids and increased alcohol content.
Semi-sweet and sweet Cyprus is due to a special sweet-bitter taste with a characteristic scent of roses with nuances of apricots and violets, a wine of surprise and excitement.
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