After spending a day shopping and sightseeing on your stay in Greece, you’re looking forward to your meal at the restaurant overlooking the ocean. You find a table by the water, and the server asks if you’d like them to bring over a carafe of their house wine. As she brings it over, she informs you that it was produced in the family vineyard.
Somehow, that information makes the wine taste even better as you imagine that the wine in your glass as being part of an ancient tradition. It also provides the perfect compliment to your meal of freshly caught seafood and plenty of locally grown fruits and vegetables. You look around and realize nearly everyone at that restaurant is also enjoying wine with his or her food. It’s a big part of the Greek way of life.
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