by Markus Stolz

If I had to name just one winery from Greece that defines multiculturalism while staying true to its Greek roots, it would have to be the Manousakis winery. Ted Manousakis was born and raised in the small village of Vatolakos, close to Chania in Crete. After the Second World War and the ensuing Civil War, many Greeks were left fighting for survival. The country was in a poor shape, and food shortages were common. Ted Manousakis immigrated to the US in the 50ies just before his teenage years and later ...

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Greek winemakers, I am asking for your help. I would love to share something personal about each and every one of you by combining an image with a few words. Is there a hobby you have, a talent you got, or something that you really treasure? Have you captured a fun or creative personal moment? Topics can vary, as ...

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