GGWT Becomes eGGWT
YASSAS ALL! Hope everyone is healthy and sane as can be. Here at Greek Grape Wine Tours HQ, we are sadly unraveling all of our GGWTs for the year. After … Continue reading
Greek Grape Wine Tours Is Rockin’ It!
Oh my, it’s been awhile. While not an excuse for being absent, 2018 was a very busy (and successful!) year for The Greek Grape’s travel arm — Greek Grape Wine … Continue reading
CRETE: GGWT’s Newest Addition
There was one thing that was bugging me about my Greek Grape Wine Tours itinerary. It didn’t include Crete. How could I include the largest island in Greece while still … Continue reading
Sticky Stuff From Trees
First of all, CHRONIA POLLA/HAPPY NEW YEAR! There were many highlights of 2017 – Greek tourism reached another all time high, Greek wine continued double digit export and sales growth, … Continue reading
Hello From the Most Beautiful Place in Greece!
I just returned from arguably the most breathtaking scenery in all of Greece! Don’t get me wrong, sunsets in Santorini are amazing, the clear blue colors of the Aegean are … Continue reading
Happiest of Holidays from all of us at Greek Grape Wine Tours! Click on the image above to view!
GGWT’s Newest Addition: Gerovassiliou Winery
This fall I had the pleasure of visiting Gerovassiliou (Ghar-oh-vah-cee-lee-ewe) for the first time. I had naturally read many great things about the family, the wines, and winery. However, I … Continue reading
Thessaloniki: Greece’s Second City (but my first)
No hard feelings, Athens, but I have a new love. A beauty in returning to a place many times is you see old ‘friends’, explore like a local, and begin … Continue reading
Bosinakis Winery: No Sibling Rivalry Here!
What a trip. Family vacation combined with a little R&D for Greek Grape Wine Tours equals PARADISE! Besides the normal late night souvlaki, tsipouro sipping laughs, and embarrassing attempts at … Continue reading
How Well Do You Know Your Greek Wines?
Can you tell your head from your Assyrtiko!? Let’s find out! Here is a short fun quiz to give you (and me!) an idea about where you stand on your … Continue reading