Oenou Jazz Festival

Cheers to love with the first glass Oenou Yi – Ktima Vassiliades, in collaboration with Dream Theater Productions, presents for the first time in Omodos, Oenou Jazz Festival on Saturday, 11…


Cancellation of the Wine Seminars

With a sense of responsibility, and taking into consideration the latest developments connected to coronavirus (COVID-19), as well as the measures announced by the authorities of the Republic of…


Valentine’s Day red wines

‘Wine is a spirit with personality. It brings people together and has always been associated with celebrations and special occasions’, sommelier Fani Kolakis stresses; and we couldn’t agree more.…


Photo Competition

Time to shine ??? Be a part of our #photocontest for a chance to win amazing #wine prizes???! On Sunday, November 10th, join us at our Open doors event ? Ανοιχτές Πόρτες στο Οινοποιείο…


Steak Sandwich #Shiraz/Merlot

Our winery recommends the most perfect steak sandwich you’ve ever eaten, enjoy with a glass of Shiraz/Merlot 2015 from “Oenou Yi – Ktima Vassiliades”. Ingredients: 4 tbsp olive oil 4…


Chardonnay at a glance

Chardonnay is the most popular white wine in the world. Green grapes originally originated in the Burgundy region of France, but are now grown in almost every major vineyard in the world,…


Nine reasons to love red wine

People of the Mediterranean have a wonderful relationship with wine. The sea breeze, the long summers and the love for a good glass of wine, accompanied by good friends, are all factors that helped…


Oenou Yi wine cellar in Omodos

Just a short distance away from the Holy Cross Monastery located in the centre of the village, Oenou Yi cellar invites you to taste a variety of wines. The modern cellar of Oenou Yi offer visitors a…


Beef and orzo casserole #Playia Cuvée Spéciale

“Giouvetsi”. Greek beef and orzo casserole an easy, filling dinner recipe that everybody will love! Serve with a glass of  Playia Cuvée Spéciale by “Oenou Yi – Ktima Vassiliades”.…


“Pour some water in your wine”. Why did ancient Greeks dilute their wine and what does the expression mean?

“Pour some water in your wine”, the Greeks usually say when found in an unpleasant situation where someone has to give in, compromise or forget some misunderstanding that led to a quarrel with…


Wine Glossary

How many times have you heard about the “nose” of a wine or its tannins and aftertaste? How about friends who taste a wine and talk about acidity, depth and maturation? If all this sounds strange to…