At approximately 1.000m above sea level, surrounded by a pine forest, spread over 25 hectares of the family’s vineyard. In this unique terroir, under the Troodos mountains, Andreas Kyriakides planted the indigenous white varieties of Xynisteri, Promara and Spourtiko and the reds Maratheftiko, Yiannoudi and Ntopio Mavro.

The Mediterranean climate, the mild winters and temperate summers cooled by the Troodos mountain peaks, make Vouni Panayia the ideal place for the vines to grow. The vines are planted on their original roots not using the American rootstock, since the cypriot vineyard it has the privilege to be the only in the Europe that remained untouched from the insect of phylloxera. The soil possesses a mostly clay to gypsum-clay structural composition.