ZaZaZu White Sparkling Wine by Lyrarakis Wines 750ml

ZaZaZu white sparkling wine made from the varieties Vilana, Vidiano and Muscat of Spina. Light, festive wine with wonderful aromas of peach, lemon, apple cherry blossom and a hint of white flowers. You will enjoy it any time in the day!
Alcohol by volume: 10,5 % vol.
Gross Weight: 1,7 Kg

Availability: In stock

€9,80 9.80
Lyrarakis Wines


ZaZaZu White Sparkling Wine by Lyrarakis Wines

ZaZaZu is one of the most popular wines of the Lyrarakis family. It is a sparkling and semi-dry wine produced from the white varieties Vilana, Vidiano and the aromatic Muscat of Spina. The grapes are vinificated separately and the blending is performed using internal tasting results, choosing the ones with the best characteristics of texture and freshness.The result of this combination is a light wine with wonderful aromas of  peach and lemon fruit that excites the senses and tickles the tongue followed by aromas of a spring breeze bringing scents of apple and cherry blossom with hints of lily and a garden of white flowers.

ZaZaZu has a bright and vibrant light yellow color. It forms soft bubbles, has a fresh acidity and a noticeable sweetness. It is an luscious spirit, the perfect festive wine to celebrate every moment of your life. You can use ZaZazu it to create delicious, fresh cocktails.


ZaZaZu Awards

2016 IWSC International Wine & Spirit Competion, Silver medal
2016 Decanter World Wine Awards, Bronze Medal
2017, 15 Points 

ZaZaZu White Sparkling Wine by Lyrarakis Wines

ZaZaZu Serving Ideas

Quince ZaZaZu 

You will need: ZaZaZu, 1 dried quince, 1 leaf of scented geranium 

Fill a flute glass with ZaZaZu. Thread a toothpick or cocktail skewer through a slice of dried quince together with a small scented geranium leaf. Put it in your glass and let the rich aromas transform your wine.

ZaZaZu with orange

You will need: ZaZaZu, 1 orange, orange chutney

Peel off an orange in round shapes and add the peel in a ZaZaZu glass. Then stew the rest of the orange with vinegar and sugar (measure according to your personal taste) to create a sweet and sour jam; the chutney. Once you complete the process, leave the chutney to cool and add a little in your glass. The orange peel alongside with the chutney will release strong citrus aromas and give a powerful taste. A great food-pairing for syrupy desserts or fruits at the end of a meal.

ZaZaZu with basil and pomegranate seeds

You will need: ZaZaZu, a basil leaf, a few pomegranate seeds

Put some pomegranate seeds on a basil leaf. Serve it together with your ZaZaZu. Add the final touch by sprinkling some caster sugar. This is a perfect serving idea for festive occasions.

ZaZaZu with cocoa

You will need: ZaZaZu, 2-3 cocoa spoons, 1 chocolate wafer roll

Moistern the outer part of a flute glass with water and cover with the cocoa. Fill it up with ZaZaZu and garnish with a wafer roll on the rim of the glass. A welcome drink is now ready to be served. For those who love chocolate, this combination will be really exciting.

ZaZaZu with wine mousse

You will need: ZaZaZu, wine mousse, almond milk, cinammon, vanilla

Add ZaZaZu in a cocktail glass. Then add some wine mousse and almond milk (according to your personal taste). Finish by adding some cinnamon and vanilla. A glass full of aromas is now ready. Enjoy it after your dinner.






The producer

Lyrarakis Wines

The Lyrarakis Winery has been producing high quality wines since 1966 with emphasis on rare Cretan grape varieties. The Lyrarakis family winery has revived ancient Cretan varieties, Dafni and Plyto and Melissaki.

Today, the management of the Lyrarakis Winery has passed to the second generation. The family vineyard covers an area of 140 hectares on calcareous gravelly soils and has an average altitude of 550 meters.

Surrounded by the idyllic setting of the vineyards and the Lassithi mountains the Lyrarakis winery offers the opportunity to visit their estate and enjoy nature and taste Lyrarakis wine varieties.

Lyrarakis wines are greatly appreciated abroad, with many international prizes and awards and they are exported to several European countries and in North America (USA & Canada).