Monthly Archives: October 2014

Xinomavro

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Xinomavro is among the noblest indigenous red grape varieties of northern Greece, so it is often called the “Greek Pinot Noir”. It is cultivated in Naoussa, Goumenissa, Amyndeo, Rapsani, Trikomo, Siatista, Velvento and to a lesser extent in Mount Athos, …

Ramnista Xinomavro by Kir Yianni

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A delicious and fragrant deep red wine from Naoussa in Northern Greece Ramnista Xinomavro by Kir Yianni is a deep, red wine, rich in fruit aromas, such as strawberry and sour cherry on a background of tomato and vanilla deriving …

Pear

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“A gift of Greek Gods” The pear is one of the most delicious fruits cultivated in the Greek land, and its important nutritional benefits, make it a strong “ally” of our good health. Flavorful and juicy, it is a regular …

Fasolada, the Greek bean soup

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Fasolada, the Greek bean soup, is one of the most popular dishes in Greece and a staple of the weekly, family diet especially during the winter months. It’s a soup of dry white beans, olive oil, various vegetables and herbs …