A celebration of the food and New Wines of Greece
The Greeks might not have invented wine, but they’ve been making it, pretty damn well we might add, for a helluva long time. The Greek word for wine, oinos, forms part of the term oinofilia which actually means “a love of wine”. If you’re an oenophile, you’re someone who loves wine.
We have the largest Greek population in Melbourne outside of Greece itself, and they’ve brought us gyros and souvlaki, dolmades, saganaki, fetta and haloumi, and more.
They’ve also brought us Assyrtiko, Moschofilero and Xinomavro, and Vidiano, Savatiano and Kotsifali. We bet you’re not as familiar with this lot as you are with the former. But that’s where we come in.
OINOFILIA is a one-day festival celebrating the wines and food of Greece. We have 19 producers from Greece showing off over 80 different Greek wines, giving you a chance to taste and learn and discover what this wonderful country has to offer.
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Your menu, Sydney!
AGAPE ORGANIC Marinated olives $10 – olives, rosemary, garlic, fennel, chickpea skordalia, fennel celeriac pickles, pita Grilled haloumi $10 – haloumi, roast beetroot, olives, parsley, lemon, rocket, vine leaves Oysters…Read More
Have you ever eaten fresh fish, drunk Assyrtiko, and wiped sea salt from your lips on a beach in Greece? Angie G. has. She’s one of the brilliant chefs…Read More
Your food menu, Melbourne!
Elyros Tarama and hand-cut chips $10 Cretan bun – Chicken kalamaki yoghurt & cabbage $12 Cretan bun – Pork kalamaki yoghurt & cabbage $12 Cretan Bun – Pumpkin, yoghurt &…Read More
Your Wine List!
Amploeis (Kavala – Macedonia) SIMFONIA, 2017 AMPELOEIS MALAGOUSIA, 2017 AMPELOEIS GOLD, 2015 AMPELOEIS SILVER, 2014 Artemis Karamolegos Winery (Santorini – Aegean Sea) TERRA NERA WHITE, 2017 SANTORINI, 2017 PIRITIS, 2016…Read More
When we asked food media to pronounce Greek grape varieties
Greek wines are easy to drink, but it turns out even the experts struggle with their pronunciation. We asked food writers from Broadsheet Melbourne, The Weekly Review, Australian Traveller and…Read More