Altesse is a rare grape in Cyprus, approximately two or three small vineyards exist on the entire island. Altesse is considered a French grape variety and is cultivated mostly in the Savoy wine region of France. There is bibliographic evidence that Altesse might originate from Cyprus.

Taste notes: Medium lemon color, medium body, high acidity. Aromas and flavors: Lemon blossom, green apple, lichee, wild flowers and smoke.

Food pairing: Seafood dishes such as oysters, tempura soft shell crabs, sea bass nigiri or rich leafy salads.

Vintage: 2021

Production: 290 bottles

Alcohol: 10%

Variety: Altesse (100%)

Vineyard: Maloutena, Choulou village, Paphos

Soil: sandy, sandstones with marine fossils

Vinification: Fermentation at 14 Celsius in stainless steel tank, maturation in Acacia wood barrel and batonnage for 3 months.

Designation: Protected Geographical indication Pafos / Paphos