Aes Ambelis Rosé, a truly sun blessed wine, taking Mediterranean Rosés to the top. Judging by this year’s results, Aes Ambelis Winery with great satisfaction announces it’s bronze medal awarded during...
We live too fast. We need inspiration, time, quality of life, with what it implies, and of course, these wines, are not to take them on its own or by oneself, you can! do not misunderstand me! I'm proof of that! But really the best way, and if I write an article about it I would recommand(aría) it, it is that they are wines to take them after dinner, in good company where the protagonist is the good conversation.
An inspiring morning sunrise at Zygi. Larnaca sets the scene for Wine explorations overlooking the sea and fisherman’s marina. The natural light couldn’t be most adequate for discovering the 2011 Vasilikon vintage...
Unearthing the Promara White Wine 2011 vintage in time for the Cyprus Wine Awards can defintely set a new course in wine making at the Vouni Panayia Winery. Promara is an indigenous grape variety for...
A great occasion to make mentions of Makkas Wines and it’s apparent excellent vintage for 2011. A moment to take to congratulate the Winery and it’s wine making team for it’s performance - looking at the decanter awards 2012
The Archontiko Papadopoulou constitutes unquestionably an upgraded, different and unique option of unparalleled pleasure in Cyprus wine and gastronomy while promoting, at the same time, our culture and tradition.
Vasilikon is one of the best labels in the country and I did some wine-tasting with the only female wine-maker in Cyprus and fabulously named Aphrodite Constanti. The winery's rose and white is very good indeed - via @InsideLuxury
Ted’s 355 succeeds with an overabundance of charm in Rockville Virginia. Ted Theodorou, a native of Cyprus, convenes all his diverse talents under one kitchen, and, man, does he micromanage. In the kitchen, over the dining room, he is the embodiment of service and oversight....can't wait to see the wine list.
The stakes are very high. The loss of grape biodiversity and the increasing marginalization of family farming tragically receives a helping hand by dogged international naïveté and indifference, both governmental and from within a wide segment of the wine profession itself, an attitude which holds, by default, that no more than 10 grape varieties need exist in the entire world. Indeed, without – perhaps equally naive – push-back, an insistence on diversity and difference, Portugal might yet come to suffer in the not-too-distant future a homogenized viticulture, sacrificing an august patrimony on the altar of Cabernet, Chardonnay and mass production.
Grand Gold in Thessaloniki - Commandaria Wine hour at the celebrated this week in Thessaloniki’s International Wine Competition where St. Barnabas Commandaria vintage 2002 was crowned. Congratulations to Kamanterena/Sodap winemakers
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