White very rare grape variety, with big and compact cluster and big berries. It is first referred in bibliography in 1893 as Promara or Glykopromon. Resists very well to the drought and the calcareous soils that characterize the Cypriot vineyard. It  has great resistance to the cryptogamic diseases and to the enemies of the vine  because of its thick skin. Disposes aromatic precursors that can be expressed in the wine, by using the appropriate winemaking techniques giving wines characterized by aromas of watermelon and exotic aromas. Its wines present well-balanced acidity and the capacity to mature in oak barrels.

promara