What is the value of 1947 Commandaria dessert wine?

country of origin please ??

Commandaria is another legendary wine to be recommended as sweet red wine from Cyprus. An amber-coloured dessert wine, it is know to be produced in the island of Cyprus since 4000 years ago. Produced by local Cyprus grapes mavro (black) and xinisteri (a fruity white grape), initial references about Commandaria date back to ancient Greek poet Homer who mentions a sweet wine produced in Cyprus. The most legendary of expressions date from Richard Lionheart while bewedding Berengaria, in the 12th century, who pronounced that Commandaria was the "wine of the kings and the king of the wines".

Commandaria gets its name from the Gran Commanderie, an area surrounding the well preserved Kolossi Castle which is located west of Limassol - an emerging area in Cyprus for producing special wines.