In Santorini, Greece, vineyards are cultivated in round "basket" shaped vines in order to protect the soft and tender grape leaves from being damaged by the island's strong wind and sand. This is from Santos winery vineyard in Santorini
Santorini, Greece - The most beautiful island in Greece. Some say that Santorini is part of Plato's Atlantis, it's up to you if you wanna call it like that, anyway the island is magical. My team created the Top Destinations and Santorini was part of them.
The tradition is carried on at the Gavalas Winery on Santorini ~The sun-dried grapes are spread out, and pressed 4 xs, (after each pressing they are spread out and left to sit for a few hours) Seen on private tour
Santorinian honey’s aroma comes mainly from thyme and other aromatic plants which due to the microclimate of the island offer a unique quality to the nectar. When you taste it, we're sure you'll sing the Honey Honey!
Where you see a chimney in Santorini, a tomato factory used to operate there. At the beginning of 20th century, there were 13 tomato factories on the island producing tomato paste. At that time, the cherry tomato and the wine were the main products of Santorini and thus the backbone of the local economy. But then, after the big earthquake in July 1956, many people abandoned the island and the factories closed or moved to the mainland.
"Santorini Fava" Description Fava (yellow split peas) from Santorini IslandThe "Santorini Fava" is a Protected Designation of Origin and comes from the plant "Lathyrus Clymenum L." which is grown exclusively and regularly to the island for years.