An evolving discovery…sometimes all it takes is a framework to see the full picture.
Activities come and go, with steady change on the forefront
Spring on the island is a busy one in a positive way, with events abroad, wine competitions, MW visits, tending to the vines, attending local tastings, maybe a new label launch, adverse weather…etc and before you know it, it’s harvest again.
Gone with Evoinos
It’s go! Kala Krasia
By all my Evoinos! The grapes have arrived. Cyprus Wine 2013 Vintage is on
It is with these creates of grapes that Harvest begins in Cyprus. A hearty welcome to the Cabernet Sauvignon grapes at the Zambartas Winery in Ayios Amvrosios
It feels like we’ve been suddenly relieved. As if it were a miracle, the lifecycle is put into gear again and we begin again. Eight months of the year listening and falling out to false expectations, these grapes, as international as they may be, right now they’re the most welcomed of guests that tonight will occupy the cool chambers of the winery.
The work has begun, and he who has no hand to lend, should now hold forever his peace.
All that wasn’t said and was left undone is just today part of a history chapter that has great chances of not even being written. That’s all for now, let’s just rejoice for the farmers, eonologists, wine makers and winery owners – the continuity has been ensured.
Great work ahead and Καλα κρασια (Kala krasia, Good Wine, Bon Vins)