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 [...]
It can’t be that fun being Greek. Not at the moment that is. Greece’s economy is the villain of the piece and wherever you read there’s someone demanding the country to speed up its reform making. Do you want to support the Greeks? Then start reforming the way you look at Greek wines and buy [...]
My guest blogger Markus Stolz yesterday presented Christos Kokkalis and his winery in the western Peloponnesos. Today it’s my turn to present one of my coolest finds this year – the 2008 Trilogia from Christos!
Writing about a wine that many never will get the chance to taste – not because it’s hysterically [...]
Imagine the following. You’re standing there in the wineshop. The shelves are filled with French, German, Italian and Spanish wines. American wines, Aussie’s, Kiwi’s and South African’s. You name it. But Greek wines? Probably none. If there were any, how many of you would pick up an Agiorgitiko or a Xinomavro prior to the [...]
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