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Taste Peloponnese wine

If you didn’t partake of much wine over the holiday period fear not as another excuse to fill up glasses is coming. The Society of Wine Producers of Peloponisos vineyards are holding their second wine tasting event in Cyprus. The event invites wine professionals and aficionados to Carob Mill Restaurant in Limassol next Sunday, where 23 top wine producers of the Peloponisos Vineyards are set to inspire and impress with fascinating wines froom the largest and most important wine-growing region of Greece.

More than 200 types of wine from popular but also unknown native varieties hope to demonstrate the authenticity, range and uniqueness of the wine of Peloponisos. Some of these include Agiorgitiko, Moscofilero, Moscato, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon.

More confident wine lovers can put their grape knowledge to the test by participating in a game where blindfolded they will have to distinguish white wines from Greek varieties and enter a draw to win bottles from the Peloponnesian vineyards.

At the same time, Master of Wine Giannis Karakasis will a hold a masterclass on the first floor of Ceronia Hall at the Queen Eleanor Suite, highlighting important wine treasures of the Peloponnesian vineyard that will appeal to wine professionals.

The Peloponnese Wine Festival will open its doors at 12:00 for wine industry professionals and at 14:00 for wine-lovers and will close at 20:00

Peloponnese Wine Festival
Wine tasting event of Peloponnesian vineyards and a master class from Giannis Karakasis (Ceronia Hall). January 27. Carob Mill Restaurant, Limassol. 12pm for professionals, 2pm for the public. Info: https://www.facebook.com/peloponnesewinefestival/

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