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My summer wine

My summer wine

Yiannis 03/06/2014 0
As for summer wines, from broken whites to sweet ambers, we prefer all shades of whites as they match the mood, the weather, and are served well with ...
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International distinction for the Escapades Rose 2013

International distinction for the Escapades Rose 2013

Yiannis 20/05/2014 0
The Escapades Rosé 2013 excelled with the Great Gold Medal at the International Wine Competition Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2014!The contest involv...
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Wine for a happily ever after

Wine for a happily ever after

Yiannis 12/05/2014 0
Multiply the number of guests (at least 100) with:The approximate amount of our guest drinking consuption estimated. An average number is 2.5 glasses ...
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Malagouzia - the spring in her

Malagouzia - the spring in her

Yiannis 02/05/2014 0
So what if she is not known abroad as the now international Assyrtiko and Moschofilero. So what if she is less widespread than the Savatiano and the R...
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Great distinctions for the two retsinas of estate Kechri

Great distinctions for the two retsinas of estate Kechri

Yiannis 01/05/2014 0
Both of producer's Stelios Kechris Retsinas conquered one more important distinction. The retsina called “The Pine's Tear” or "Tear of the Pine" in di...
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Drink it in a glass

Drink it in a glass

Yiannis 24/04/2014 0
Do you know what flute, ballon and tulip have in common? They are all glasses, specially designed in order to bring out a wine' s advantages and grace...
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Sweet delirium with dry wine

Sweet delirium with dry wine

Yiannis 24/04/2014 0
We bring the most conservative palettes to their limits and we make the eccentric gourmes guilt – free.Pop corn with chocolate ice cream... Some of yo...
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Cocktail: A project with many protagonists

Cocktail: A project with many protagonists

Yiannis 24/04/2014 0
Until now, the word cocktail would remind us of hot summers, colourful cover ups, wooden beach bars, tropical scents and colourful cheesy little umrel...
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My wine has sediment. Is it serious?

My wine has sediment. Is it serious?

Yiannis 24/04/2014 0
Resting on the bottom of aged red wine bottles and created over time. Sediment from red solid particles in the size of confetti is most commonly forme...
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Wines with

Wines with "Fork & Knife"

Yiannis 24/04/2014 0
Have you ever come across a wine that seemed “edible”? So dense and compact as well as tarty and unripe that would make the mouth dry up? If yes, then...
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In line for a brusque

In line for a brusque

Yiannis 24/04/2014 0
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Good old wine

Good old wine

Yiannis 24/04/2014 0
Stone cellars, or simple house storage spaces can become the shelter in which we can raise our favorite wines. Not all wines age. However, the one's t...
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Put thermometer to our wine

Put thermometer to our wine

Yiannis 24/04/2014 0
The rule says that lower temperatures favor the wine's cool and fruity character, and higher temperatures enhance the complex and meaningfull nature o...
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The concerns of a bottle: quiet and restless, commonly sparkling wines

The concerns of a bottle: quiet and restless, commonly sparkling wines

Yiannis 24/04/2014 0
Champagne is a sparkling wine, but not all sparkling wines are champagnes.Some may argue that chic French champagne is the Queen of sparkling wine and...
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Sweet, Dry, Semi-Dry

Sweet, Dry, Semi-Dry

Yiannis 24/04/2014 0
Wine creation, is both a living and magical process.Fermentation is a key step, where the yeast converts the grape's sugar into alcohol. This process ...
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