The sense of red

The red of autumn, of the vineyards, of the red wine -Xinomavro, Agiorgitiko, Mavrodaphni – the Greek varieties give us some of the finest Greek red wines.

The red of the frescoes, of the clay and the ancient walls, of the Easter eggs and the Greek expression “piase kokkino” (“touch red”), which is uttered after two people say the same thing at the same time. The magic and powerful purple of rare porfyra that the Greek brides wore in the old times, the red of Greek tomato salad, of a magnificent dawn, of the sunset………..

Athens

Athens

Silversmithing Museum Ioannina

Andros

Nemea vineyards

Chalkidiki Makedonia

Marco Polo Hotel Rhodes Nemea 's grapes

Ahaia's plant

Eumelia Lakonia

Archeological Museum Naxos

Nafplio Hotel. Mama Nena Hotel Chania

Symi house by Dimitris Zographos

Metsovo Museum

Metsovo church

Nemea vineyards

Metsovo Museum. "Sut makalo" Florina's traditional dish with red pepper

Ammow Hotel Chania Crete

Marianna Petridou jewellery shop, Athens

Esperas Hotel rest Santorini, Bar “Taxidi” Paxos

Santorini Selene restaurant

Thessaloniki Lefkos Pirgos

Paxos villa

Athens portrait by George Hadoulis. Greek salad at Siparos restart Paros

Nemea vineyards

Katogi Averof Winery, Metsovo

The Rooftile and Brickworks Museum Tsalapatas in Volos, Greece

Paxos taverna

Chania port

Spaghetti with Lobster, Apanemi rest Naxos island

Santorini

 

2 Comments

  1. by Angelina Kalogeropoulou on 28/10/2017  09:45 Reply

    So beautiful! Greece at its best red !

    • by jklimi on 30/10/2017  16:39 Reply

      Αγαπητή Ανγκελίνα σας ευχαριστώ πολύ!!!!

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