"CAIR" Sparkling wines
well known natural sparkling wine is produced from specially selected grapes of
the fine local variety Athiri which
is cultivated in the island of Rhodes.
the strict selection of grapes follows the use of the traditional method
identical to the method of the champagne. The product is left to ferment and
mature in the bottle for a long period where the a distinct taste is attained as
the French champagne.
is produced in both Demi Sec and Brut and bottled in 200ML, 750ML and 1,5L.It is
distinguished by its bright yellow color with honey and fruity aromas with a
has a rich and full taste with a
strong refreshing character due to the fine and continuous flow of its bubbles
which offers an impressive freshness to the mouth with rich body and a long
Served chilled at 6-8°C accompanies delicate starters and seafood (Brut) or fruit and cakes (Demi Sec).
is a natural sparkling
the fine local grape variety Athiri
Is produced under the method Cuve Close where the wine
is fermented in specially designed high pressure tanks where the carbon dioxide
is produced naturally. The natural sparkling wine is bottled and left to mature
for a small period of time.
is produced in both Demi Sec and Brut and bottled in
750ML. It has a bright yellow color and an aroma, reminding of fresh
fruits, with a
refreshing taste and lasting aftertaste.
at 6-8°C accompanies
starters and seafood (Brut) or fruit and cakes (Demi Sec).
ROSE brut 1990 is a splendid
collective, natural sparkling wine, produced from the joint vinification of
grapes from specially selected vineyards of the red Mandilaria and the white
Its sparkling elegance, progressed through the time and
it needed 10 years of maturation for the integration of its satin finesse
feeling, with the discrete rosy color and the aromas of red fruits and roasted
almonds, proving its stylish maturity with a coffee fragrance finale.
Served chilled at 6-8°C accompanies harmoniously roasted meat, fruits and cakes. It
was awarded with an “Olympic” medal in the international competition IWSC
2000, the highest award ever accredited to CAIR in its long productive course.