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Oenorama Athens 2014.

by Cornelius Wesseling

Oenorama is Greece’s oldest and foremost wine trade exhibition, incorporating Oenotechnica, also Greece’s most important viticulture and enology show. Oenorama has been going strong since 1994 and is held every even year alternately with Dionysia, a consumer fair which takes place in Athens every odd year. Oenorama is the meeting place of the Greek wine […]

Masters of wine to visit Greek wineries.

by Cornelius Wesseling

Wine Masters Pick Greece For 60th Anniversary By Nicky Mariam Onti on April 19, 2013 In Events, Food, News On the occasion of its 60th anniversary, the Institute of Masters of Wine (IMW) is to visit Greece for the first time. Founded in 1955, The MW qualification is generally regarded in the wine industry as one of the highest standards of professional knowledge. […]

Dionysia 2013, Athens.

by Cornelius Wesseling

Welcome to Dionysia 2013, the largest wine event (in Athens) of the year! More than 100 wineries , from Greece and abroad waiting to Zappeion,Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 8-10 February 2013 , in order to show you around and introduce you to the magical world of wine. Exhibition opening hours: Friday 8/2: 16:00 to 22:00 Saturday 9/2 and Sunday 10/2: […]

Upcoming travels

by Cornelius Wesseling

From the 19th of August until the 10th of September 2013, GrapeRover will be on the move again! forex broker reviews Cornelius and his wife Rian (driver/photographer) will visit about 70 wineries in 20 days in:      Corfu, Kefalonia,  Epirus,  Thessaly,      West Greece,      Central Greece  (Evia),      Attica. The total of […]

Greek Islands wine: Part 1. South Aegean

by Cornelius Wesseling

Contrary to all the misfortune Greece is undergoing, here is some positive news about one of it’s “lesser known” products: Greek Wine from the Islands. As part of a series of winetravels in Greece we start with Part 1. South Aegean. Wine & food journalist Cornelius Wesseling reports on his last winejourney to the Greek […]