Fikardos Winery sources its Shiraz grapes from its own organic vineyards in Pano Arodes and from five vineyards located at Kili and Stroumpi villages. The grapes are grown at an altitude of between 400-600 metres above sea level in limestone and calcareous clay soil. Our own Shiraz vines are trained using the cordon training system whilst the rest of the Shiraz grapes are grown using the traditional “goblet” system.

Compared to other foreign grape varieties, Shiraz has adapted very well to the climate of Cyprus. Shiraz berries are small to medium in size, have a thick skin and are round or slightly oval in shape. The particular soil and climate of Cyprus produces powerful, full-bodied, dark red Shiraz wines with unique characteristics.

Wine Tasting Notes

Deep red in colour with purple hues and aromas of blackberry, dark chocolate, blackcurrant and black pepper. Fine-grained tannins, balanced acidity and with ripe cherries dominating the palate.

Variety: Shiraz (100%)
Type: Red Dry
Vintage: 2014
Alcohol: 14%
Matured in oak barrels for 10 months

Food Pairing

Fikardos Shiraz pairs very nice with red meat dishes such as Roast Duck with Cherries, Seared Rib-Eye Steak and Steak in Red Wine Sauce.


Thessaloniki International Wine Competition 2018, Bronze Medal

Cyprus Wine Competition 2011, Gold Medal (Top wine of Competition)
Cyprus Wine Competition 2010, Gold Medal
Thessaloniki International Wine Competition 2006, Gold Medal
Cyprus Wine Competition 2006, Silver Medal


Transitional Wines. George Kassianos, Sunday Mail, 19 March 2017

New wines from one of the island’s foremost wine makers. George Kassianos, Cyprus Mail, January 29th, 2015
The Don of Cyprus Wine. George Kassianos, Sunday Mail, 27 January 2013

Fikardos Wines

Fikardos Winery works in close cooperation with vine growers and always aims in selecting the best grapes for vinification. Besides working with international varieties the winery gives strong emphasis to Cyprus Indigenous varieties.

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