Óroman is a tribute to our roots.
The Cypriot language incorporates the soul and history of our island; a blend of nations and cultures that have inhabited Cyprus throughout history. Arabic, Turkish, English, French, Italian but, mainly Greek, have formed a unique dialect that is still alive and spoken.
Όroman, in Cypriot, means vision, dream. Our ‘Οroman is a blend of the local grape Yiannoudi, which dominates, with a small percentage of Shiraz.
It incorporates our vision of the Cypriot red wine.
The cultivation of the vineyards planted with the local variety Υiannoudi is especially demanding. Yiannoudi belongs to the group of varieties with flowers described as female, in contrast to the majority of varieties which have hermaphrodite flowers. This peculiarity leads to low yields. By observing and recording our findings, we based the cultivation of the Yiannoudi variety on the technique of co-cultivation; planting Yiannoudi with varieties which bloom in the same time period.
The wine is bottled unfiltered and aged for another year before it goes on the market.
With the potential to mature for an additional eight to ten years.
Best served at 16-18°C.
The harvest takes place at the beginning of September. Maceration for the extraction of phenolic substances may last until the end of alcoholic fermentation, depending on the phenolic maturity of each vintage. After the alcoholic and malolactic fermentations, the wine matures in French oak barrels, which are 3 and 4 years old, for a duration of 12 months.
- Color: Ruby, medium intensity.
- Aroma: Black forest fruits, white pepper, tobacco, eucalyptus, white flowers, clove, chocolate, vanilla.
- Taste: Moderate acidity, intense but round tannins, aromas of sweet spices, formality, elegance, long aftertaste.
- Potential ageing: 8 to 10 years.
Harvest Information 2017:
|Reducing Sugars:||1,2 g/l|
|Rainfall: October until July||751mm|
|Harvest Temperatures (Μ.Α.)|
|Lowest:||17°C – (9/2017)|
|Highest:||28,5°C – (9/2017)|
|Lowest:||18,5°C – (8/2017)|
|Highest:||29,5°C – (8/2017)|