Yannis Kaimenakis is a sommelier. It seems rather strange to say this, though, since he doesn’t swirl his wine beneath his nose, or talk about yellow-green highlights, aromas, bouquets or long aftertastes.
Arriving in Nemea, one realizes why the ancient Greeks chose this spot to build one of their most important Temples of Zeus.
Giannis Tselepos is a man who speaks his mind. Early on in our conversation, I realize that we aren’t going to talk about him.
With a tradition in oenology whose origins can be traced back to antiquity, the wine…
One of the Cycladic islands, Santorini (official name Thira) sits in the Aegean Sea. It…
Thanks to the efforts of a dynamic group of winemakers, Cephalonia has the potential to become a great wine tourism destination.
A new profession has emerged over the past years in the wine world: “celebrity” oenologists who, with the help of their teams, are responsible for several wineries at once.
Did Dimitris Katsaros get things backwards, or was he just ahead of his time? His son Evripidis follows in his admirable footsteps.
A new generation lucky and gifted enough to breathe new life into the experiences of their elders, is imbuing the wine world with fresh aromas and, above all, to speak in wine terms, substance.
The philosophy of winemaker Apostolos Thymiopoulos is simple; it’s Xinomavro, Xinomavro, and a bit more Xinomavro.