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December 31, 2019

It's been said, you go to Santorini to fall in love, to Mykonos to party and to Crete to EAT!

Three parts fresh seasonal ingredients, mixed with two parts tradition, plus a heap of famous Cretan hospitality is the recipe for a great food experience. Chania is full of cu...

December 20, 2019

Despite the incredible gastronomical offerings of Greece, gyro is our most famous food. It’s quick, inexpensive, and delicious, what’s not to love! Here is a breakdown of what a gyro is, how in some cases it’s the same and others it’s different than souvlaki, how to or...

December 10, 2019

Top 10 Places to Eat in Chania

There's nothing worse than having a bad meal on vacation. Here's our guide to the best places to eat while visiting Chania from cheap eats to fine dining.

Hi! We’re Anna Maria and Vasili, owners of Chania Wine Tours and long-time residents...

Romeiko, the sole red grape native to western Crete, is experiencing a renaissance. One of the oldest grape varietals of the world, yet it is not well-known. Romeiko was dismissed as a village wine. At its best, homemade Romeiko became Marouvas, a rustic sherry-like st...

April 17, 2019

For the first time, a Cretan winery will be presented and judged at CONCOURS AMPHORE, the oldest and largest International Competition for organic and converting wines, including natural and biodynamic ones, in Paris. Created by French wine expert, Pierre Guigui, the e...

October 11, 2018

Vidiano is considered by Cretan winemakers and sommeliers alike, the sweetheart grape of Crete. This white grape originates from the Amari province in the mountains of Rethymno. Once used to make the famous Malvasia wines under the Venetian occupation in the 13th centu...