A pleasant reminder of how far intuition and curiosity will still take you in our modern day world of wine
In a world of ephimeral fashions and trends, it’s highly appreciative to read and see how far the good old curiosity can take you in modern day world of wine.
Follow this not to miss account on modern day cypriot rosés written and instigated by Elizabeth Gabay MW, joined by Sarah Jane Evans MW and masterly serviced by fellow MW, Yiannis Karakasis – yet another mark of his passage on the island this late spring.
We raise our glasses for their appreciation and the lovely line up pictured above by its author. Panta Kala Krasia
A wine star on earth has been lost, but we’ve gained a sparkle in the sky to eternally shine upon us.
Akis Zambartas, Cypriot Winemaker transformed into the cornerstone of wine education in Cyprus passes away at the young age of 67 years due to illness. Marcos Zambartas and family will carry on the legacy established by this french-schooled ‘Amant du vin et de la vie‘. Bon Voyage nôtre ami Akis.
Cyprus promised to be a new experience for the grape varieties, climate and nature of the wine industry – terraced hills slopes across the Limassol and Paphos regions that used to be vineyards signaled the history and significance of grape growing and winemaking in the country. Continue reading →