Who would pay almost 30 euros for half a litre of a Greek sweet wine you’ve never heard of?
Of course I listen to people I do trust when it comes to wine. But most of all I trust my curiosity and will to make my own decisions. The only way I [...]
If you’re following Wine Virtuosity you know that Greek wines are in focus here. They deserve that. Santorini probably is the region least needing it, they already receive international attention, but too few consumers have realized just how good Assyrtiko can get. Here’s to the master himself, Paris Sigalas. Thanks for following!
If you’re following Wine Virtuosity you know that Greek wines are receiving my attention. They deserve that. Most posts has been handling the indigenous varieties. Not this one. Here’s to Dyo Elies. Thanks for following!
At the same time as I believe the consumers should salute the use of indigenous grapes in Greece, I’m [...]
Recap? Sure, here’s my impression of Gentilini from last year, when I bumped in to them [...]
Holy shmoly! This is sweet. I mean really, really sweet. But you know what? I kinda like it. No, I love it!
Vin Santo. A wine perhaps mostly associated with Tuscany. Did you know there was a Greek one as well? While tasting my [...]
Greece’s most famous wine region? Hardly a million dollar question considering there’s no correct answer, but likely it would end up in a battle between Santorini and Nemea, where the lava island probably would stand as the “winner” in the end. However, this post is all about the region of Nemea in Peloponnese, one [...]
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