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Where to Eat and Drink with a View of Athens

Taking in a great view is one of the best travel experiences to have in any city. Here’s where you can eat and drink with a view of Athens.

The History of Moussaka: A Delicious Taste of Greece

Experiencing a perfect forkful of moussaka is a Greek gastronomy experience. Here’s more about the history of moussaka and why it is one of Greece’s most loved dishes.

Cretan Cuisine and the Famous Cretan Diet

Cretan cuisine could be well described as the “soul of the Mediterranean.”

PDO Santorini: One of the World’s Most Ancient Vineyards

Santorini has a unique terroir that is acclaimed worldwide – the PDO Santorini – which makes it one of the most stunning island destinations for the wine connoisseur.

Mastiha of Chios: A Precious Product of Greece

There are many exotic spices in the world but the mastiha of Chios is truly special. The mastic tree, from which it comes from, can only grow on this Aegean island.

PDO Naoussa: Greece’s finest red wines

Certain regions of Greece are known for producing the finest red wines. One of them is PDO Naoussa, where production has been refined with expertise, care and detail.

Traditional Greek Christmas Desserts

Christmas in Greece means all sorts of cultural and food traditions and that includes… dessert!  Indulging in Greek Christmas desserts are a wonderful part of the holiday experience.

Anatolian Coffee: History and Culture

Anatolian coffee takes center stage in Greece and the regions surrounding Greece as a significant part of food culture and life.

The Art of Truffle Hunting in Greece

The art of truffle hunting has historic roots in Greece and throughout Europe. It is one of the world’s wonderful delicacies that is the perfect addition to a beautifully prepared meal.

Retsina Reborn: Then and Now

Some say retsina, a Greek wine, is an acquired taste. It isn’t your typical white thanks to its pine resin aftertaste. No matter what one’s opinion is, retsina is a steadfast part of Greek tradition and “new” versions are up and coming.