Tag: wine

Grapes

Grapes have been cultivated without interruption in Cyprus for centuries, as the island was the only place not to succumb to the dreaded Phylloxera...

Hadjiantonas Winery: Tours & Tastings

Hadjiantonas Winery has been carefully designed to accommodate both group tours and individual tastings. Visitors get a unique insight into how wine is produced...

Wine Tasting in Larnaka

The island’s longstanding tradition of winemaking needs no further proof than its claim to the world’s oldest named wine still in production – that...

Cypriot Wine Producers- The new generation

Marcos Zambartas, wine producer/ oenologist Born in Limassol in 1980 and raised in Nicosia, Marcos received his Bachelor Degree in Chemistry from Imperial College London....

Barrique Wine Deli

Passion for fine wine was what led three friends to open Barrique Wine Deli (barrique means barrel). A place for wine lovers that also...

Krasochoria of Lemesos (Limassol) Wine Route

The Lemesos (Limassol) winemaking villages are renowned for their deep-rooted history of viticulture, as well as their excellent local wines and the stunning scenery...

Top Stories

East Med Gas Forum charter to be signed via teleconference on Tuesday

The East Mediterranean Gas Forum (EMGF) charter is set to be signed via teleconference on Tuesday morning. Cyprus will be represented by Energy, Commerce and...

Ministry of Health calls for visitors of Kiti Bishopric to get tested for covid

Following the detection of two COVID-19 cases among the employees of the Kiti Bishopric and for the purpose of controlling the spread of the...

Work to repair damage underway in Karditsa

The situation in the Karditsa Regional Unit remains particularly difficult on Monday, following the severe flash floods caused by the bad weather due to...

‘Building a new psychiatric hospital is an urgent need’, Ombudsman says

Building a new psychiatric hospital to house the services of Athalassa is imperative, according to Ombudsman Maria Stylianou-Lottides, who, acting as a "national mechanism...

Turkey’s Erdogan to sue Greek paper over insulting headline

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has filed a lawsuit against the editors of Greek newspaper ‘Dimokratia’ for an insulting headline, state-run news agency Anadolu...