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Let it snow, let it snow @vounipanayia #cyprus #vines

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I just cooked a special Omakase menu for Robbie and Sarah Savage and there lovely two boys. Lovely family #almyra @robbysavage8 It was a real pleasure

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Flip & Sip, Cyprus Wine. Enjoy 


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An explorative trip will come in touch with viticulture as practiced in Cyprus such as Panayia and Pitsilia wine regions.

Panayia Wine Region - Cyprus Wine

Progress in wine appreciation today is about cultivating uniqueness and singularities, next stop is also for the Winelover to also come into contact with mountain viticulture.  Welcome to the future Baïcchus Tour in 2014.

Delightful Snow show in Panayia Wine Country by @VouniPanayia Winery.

More Photos of today’s scenery can be found of the Vouni Panayia White Wine Countryside on the Winery’s fan Page with the link below.

Vouni Panayia Fan Page - Vouni Panayia Snow Wine Country Photo Set 09/01/2013

Cyprus Sommelier Awards 2012 - Best wishes and good luck to all participants in this 2012 edition of the Annual Cyprus Best Sommelier Awards.
In this editions the Aphrodite Hills Resort will be host to the event organised by the Cyprus Sommeliers Associationin collaboration with the Cyprus Wine Products Council.  Good luck to all participating.
Special Note:

Recent winner of the “Cyprus Best Sommelier Award, Alissa Gortsinskaya is the Sommelier at the Amathus Beach Hotel Paphos. Alissa published periodically online through current employer at Amathus Hotel - you can read some of her recommendations here.

Cyprus Sommelier Awards 2012 - Best wishes and good luck to all participants in this 2012 edition of the Annual Cyprus Best Sommelier Awards.

In this editions the Aphrodite Hills Resort will be host to the event organised by the Cyprus Sommeliers Associationin collaboration with the Cyprus Wine Products Council.  Good luck to all participating.

Special Note:

Cyprus Sommelier Winner 2012

Recent winner of the “Cyprus Best Sommelier Award, Alissa Gortsinskaya is the Sommelier at the Amathus Beach Hotel Paphos. Alissa published periodically online through current employer at Amathus Hotel - you can read some of her recommendations here.

Extending the wonderful moments of summer is a desire.  Ever experienced the sensation with wine?

A new generation of Wines from Zambartas will still have to face strong competition. Front stage and in the glass, an appetizing 2010 Maratheftiko Varietal Wine and in the background Epikourios - balanced delights.

Taste these and other Zambartas Wines during special winehour organised in Nicosia at the Au Bon Plaisir where foodmatching with french specialties will bring added complexities to the table.

More information and reservations: Au bon Plaisir, Nicosia

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High Altitude Xynisteri and Maratheftiko wines are common at Vouni Panayia but making it out to the winery gives you a unique angle of Cyprus Wine


See at VouniPanayiawinery.com

Guest Blog Post by Kailash Gurnani

The seeds of my harvest here were sown in 2008 when I met Marcos Zambartas of Zambartas Wineries at the University of Adelaide in Australia where I was studying my Bachelors in Oenology. In the middle of 2011, I was looking to work in a small family owned winery making small batches of premium wine. Zambartas Wineries was where my search ended. Catching up with a friend, visiting a Mediterranean country, learning about a new culture & winemaking perspective made me look no further. I had gained experience in red winemaking at Hardys Tintara in Mclaren Vale, Australia & sparkling winemaking at Domaine Chandon Australia in the Yarra Valley. 

Lefkada VineyardCyprus 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 signalled the history and significance of grape growing and winemaking in the country. Although it is unfortunate to see a lot these vineyards uprooted; the viticulture, soil, climate conditions and resulting grape quality shows a lot of promise of new Cypriot wines that can stand their own ground.

Having a preference towards red winemaking, I have fond memories of walking through Maratheftiko and Lefkada vineyards. To say the least, I have never ever tasted such flavoursome grapes in the vineyard let alone when they are harvested and brought into the winery. I consider myself lucky to have made wine with these varieties and eagerly look forward to the 2011 Zambartas Maratheftiko, 2011 Zambartas Shiraz-Lefkada (maturing in barrels as we speak) & the 2011 Zambartas Rose (Lefkada-Cabernet Franc) when they are bottled.

I owe my memorable winemaking experience to the Zambartas Wineries family and the beautiful Island of Aphrodite. Delicious food, lovely people, amazing culture, fantastic wine & how can I forget that liquid gold the Cypriots call Commandaria. I look forward to come back to it all soon.

More About Kailash Gurnani,  Winemaker, York Winery - Nashik, Maharashtra, India. @desiwinemaker

Kailash Gurnani, Winemaker at York WineryKailash comes from a family of Businessmen & Entrepreneurs in India, where fatherly dream pursuits become realities. His father, Lilo Gurnani got the family into winemaking in 2005 which spurred his winemaking studies in Australia in 2006, as operations at York Winery in the Nashik Valley of India started to take shape.