The Cyprus Wine Museum Permanent Exhibition

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.

I welcome you to enjoy our Museum through centuries of wine appreciation!

Anastasia Guy

Cyprus Wine Museum Founder

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The Cyprus Wine Museum - Permanent Exhibition

Erimi VIllage | Birthplace of European Wine

Dionysus and Ariadne

The Archaic Section 800 B.C - 30 B.C

Roman And Byzantine - 30 B.C to 1191 A.D

The Medieval Period - 1191 A.D to 1571 A.D

A.Chavallier Tayler's Mural

19th and 20th Century

Pitharia and Dana Jars From Kornos and Phini Village

The Zivania Alembics

Saint Hillarion Hall

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Franz Schubert – Complete Impromptus for piano
Nicolas Leydenbach
1. Cyprus Wine Museum, Erimi, Limassol
Tuesday, December 12th, 2017 | Starts: 20:00 | Tickets: €10.00
Information & Reservations: 99907636 ή orchestra@cypruswinemuseum.com

2. Pankyprion Odeion, Engomi, Nicosia
Friday, December 15th, 2017 | Starts: 20:00 | Tickets: €10.00
Information & Reservations: 99907636 ή orchestra@cypruswinemuseum.com “Commandaria Orchestra and Friends” Chamber Music Concert Series features the authentic piano virtuoso Nicolas Leydenbach who will perform the Franz Schubert’s Complete Imprommptus for piano in Limassol and Nicosia.
The first concert will take place at the Cyprus Wine Museum, in Erimi, on Tuesday, December 12th, and the second at the Pankyprio Odeion, in Engomi, on Friday, December 15th.
Schubert wrote his eight Impromptus in 1827, one year before he died. Although composed for the then burgeoning amateur market, quite a few of the pieces require a virtuoso technique if they are to be rendered correctly. The seemingly easier ones, need a great level of control and subtleness of texture to reveal their true beauty, which lies in the lyricism of their melody and the surprise of the harmony. . The French-Luxembourgish pianist Nicolas Leydenbach offers music lovers in Cyprus a rare chance to enjoy the complete collection of these charming salon pieces on two occasions, one in Limassol and one in Nicosia, in a singular interpretation inspired by German romanticism combined with the bel canto pianistic technique of Vladimir Horowitz.
Franz Schubert – Complete Impromptus for piano Nicolas Leydenbach 1. Cyprus Wine Museum, Erimi, Limassol Tuesday, December 12th, 2017 | Starts: 20:00 | Tickets: €10.00 Information & Reservations: 99907636 ή orchestra@cypruswinemuseum.com 2. Pankyprion Odeion, Engomi, Nicosia Friday, December 15th, 2017 | Starts: 20:00 | Tickets: €10.00 Information & Reservations: 99907636 ή orchestra@cypruswinemuseum.com “Commandaria Orchestra and Friends” Chamber Music Concert Series features the authentic piano virtuoso Nicolas Leydenbach who will perform the Franz Schubert’s Complete Imprommptus for piano in Limassol and Nicosia. The first concert will take place at the Cyprus Wine Museum, in Erimi, on Tuesday, December 12th, and the second at the Pankyprio Odeion, in Engomi, on Friday, December 15th. Schubert wrote his eight Impromptus in 1827, one year before he died. Although composed for the then burgeoning amateur market, quite a few of the pieces require a virtuoso technique if they are to be rendered correctly. The seemingly easier ones, need a great level of control and subtleness of texture to reveal their true beauty, which lies in the lyricism of their melody and the surprise of the harmony. . The French-Luxembourgish pianist Nicolas Leydenbach offers music lovers in Cyprus a rare chance to enjoy the complete collection of these charming salon pieces on two occasions, one in Limassol and one in Nicosia, in a singular interpretation inspired by German romanticism combined with the bel canto pianistic technique of Vladimir Horowitz.