Keo St George is a dessert wine from Cypriot drinks producer, Keo. Known in the Cypriot community as Commandaria, or ‘Church Wine’, this sweet wine is a protected regional product that can only be made in the 14 Commandaria villages in the foothills of the Troodos Mountains. Commandaria is the world’s oldest named wine still in production, with its origins in 800BC in Cyprus.
Keo St George is made from sun-dried grapes from two indigenous grape varieties, Xynisteri and Mavro. Commandaria is aged for a minimum of two years, though many are aged for longer. This produces a wonderfully sweet wine with a rich bouquet of dried-fruit flavours. Buy Keo St George to explore a Cypriot dessert wine with ancient origins and a wonderfully sweet flavour.