One of the first to have enjoyed ... cocktails were the ancient Greeks with the famous "Cyceon", which was made from barley, water and various aromatic plants. The drink is also mentioned in Homeric texts, such as the Iliad, where it is described as a drink made of water, barley, herbs and grated goat's cheese, while in the Odyssey Circe, adding a little honey, offered it to Odysseus' men before turning them into pigs.
The ancient Greeks were not only wine connoisseurs, but also knew basic rules. The combination of cheese and starch reduced the astringency and harshness of the wine, so its consumption was more balanced.
Today, the journey into the wonderful world of wine continues, combined with gastronomic proposals made to travel the palate and the senses.
Timeless Advice: "Dare all combinations!"
Chef Manos Maniadakis, owner of 'The Walls Exclusive Cuisine' restaurant, proposes you exceptional dishes that take the flavors of the winery's wines to the next level!