Category Archives: Greece

Domaine Lyrarakis Okto Kotsifali 2009

I admit, I bought this wine because I just couldn’t resist it, with the cheery octopus print on the bottle.  It’s Greek, so we had it with a lovely Mediterranean falafal flatbread salad.  It seemed like a good way to support the people of Greece in their time of austerity. I’ve had some truly awful… Read More »

Imperial Achaia Clauss Mavrodaphne de Patras

I love being surprised by wine, trying new things and finding new wines I enjoy. Christmas should be a perfect opportunity for doing so, but one of the downsides of being ‘the wine buff’ is that I get charged with choosing the wine for dinner. That’s easy enough if I’m choosing wine for me, but… Read More »