Cyprus is one of the first wine producing countries. The Cyprus Wine Museum is as tribute to this integral part of the history of the island.
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  2. 42 Pafos Street Erimi CY-4630 Limassol, Cyprus
  3. +35799907636
  4. cypruswinemuseum@cytanet.com.cy
  5. https://www.cypruswinemuseum.com/
  6. Working hours*:
    Every Day from 9:00 to 17:00.
    Closed on public holidays.
  7. Prices*:
    €7.00 Includes a visit of the Wine Museum and The St. Ilarion Hall, The Wine Trails, with a general guide and a short audiovisual. Also wine tasting of 2 different Cypriot indigenous varieties of wine and Commandaria Wine with bread, raisins, Kiofteri gr
  8. * - opening and closing times as well as entrance prices, are subject to alterations without notice. Visitors are advised to check before visiting.
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Inspired by the fact that Cyprus is one of the first wine producing countries and with the advantage of owning a traditional Cypriot building that has been in my family for generations, instigated the creation of The Cyprus Wine Museum as tribute to this integral part of the history of the island.

Erimi village, with its 5500 years history of wine making, is at the crossroads of the wine routes of Cyprus, in close proximity to the prehistoric settlement of Sotira, where the oldest remains of grape seeds have been found and near to Kollosi Castle, a medieval Commanderie of The Hospitaller Knights that give the name to the Commandaria Wine first produced by them, gives to Cyprus Wine Museum its perfect location.

Last Updated: 2 July, 2019
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