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Greek wine: not a Sisyphus story

By Panos Kakaviatos Much has been said about how Greek wines have improved in the last 10-15 years, how theĀ Greek wine industry has undergone improvements via investments in wine making and in viticulture. That a new generation of native winemakers has been trained in top wine schools around the world and that their efforts are […]


Greeks wines “passing the food test”

By Panos Kakaviatos I admit, that when I landed in Athens from Frankfurt in early October 2013, one of the things I craved most was genuine pita bread with lamb or pork kebab. Preferably lamb. In any case, for under 3 euros, I enjoyed this delicious pita sandwich. This is part of Greek cuisine for […]

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