by Markus Stolz

  Greek wine introductions are more than plain fun, they are educational. This holds true for both, the "tutor" and the attendees. I hosted two very different events that were both totally worth the effort: A couple of weeks ago I visited the well known Campus Geisenheim in Germany (Oenology). I introduced about 20 high-end Greek wines to 30 students (International Wine Business) over a 4-hour period. Varietals covered included Roditis, Moschofilero, Malagousia, Robola, Assyrtiko, Roussanne, ...

The current issue 190 of Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate (August 31st) includes ratings on 24 Greek wines. Mark Squires, who wrote the reviews, has one of the most trusted palates in the wine business. Over the last couple of years, he has smartly become one of the leading experts of Greek wines, having visited ...

I had the great pleasure of organising a tasting event of Greek wines for 30+ students and their professors in central Athens. The unusual thing was that the students were from the University of Missouri in the U.S. who were visiting Greece for a 4-week summer program. The aim of the program is to immerse them in ...

  Greek-German wine network The financial crisis that is currently such a large threat to Greece and to the whole of the European Union has unfortunately seen many ripple effects. These last days and weeks have badly strained the relationship between the people of Greece and Germany. Emotions are running ...