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Cellar Oprisor - Cupola Sanctis - Saints Constantine and Helena

A wine that opens quickly, notes of red fruits, sweets and jams, gentle softening cocoa and fine tannins, a wine announces tough, serious.

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In the year of our Lord 293, the Roman general Chlorus, advised the king

Diocletian divorce Flavia Iulia Helena, a Christian born in Bithynia,

land that had done the work of St. Andrew. Years later,

Constantine, heir to the kingdom of Constantius Chlorus, was to

down with the army on the dishonesty and immorality of Rome, ruled then

of Maxentius, son of Maximian.
Seeing God cleanliness of Constantine, it was shown in full

day, finding writing star crossed the sky with words

hoc signum vinces by this sign you will conquer, after which Christ appeared to him

the dream, asking him to wear the cross in battle. Constantine laid to

write all the flags and crossed swords and defeated his army

the Maxentius, which have more than six times as great numbers, such

becoming emperor of empire in the year 312. To honor God,

moved the capital to Byzantium former Thracian city, later Constantinopolis,

city of Constantine.
A year later, by the Edict of Milan, Constantine gave

Freedom of Christianity throughout the Roman Empire. In 325, Constantine

convened the First Ecumenical Council at Nicea, where Jesus Christ was

recognized as the one being with the Father and was fixed as the date of Easter

the first Sunday after the full moon after the vernal equinox. After

council, Constantine sent his mother Helena, towards Calvary, seeking

the cross of Christ and, finding her three crosses, had it reached a dead

each of them, and when he touched the Savior's, the dead had risen.

On his deathbed, Constantine was baptized by Bishop Eusebius

of Caesarea, becoming the first Christian emperor who paved the way

for Theodosius, who in 380 proclaimed as Orthodox Christianity

religion of the Eastern Roman Empire.
Christians celebrate his Saints Constantine and Helena on May 21.

  • Variety - Blend Cabernet&Merlot
  • Name details - IG
  • Alcohol percentage - 13.8%
  • Package - Bottle
  • Volume - 750 ml
  • Serving temperature - 16 - 18 grade C
  • Vineyard - Dealurile Olteniei
  • Type Dry


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