2013 Year Of Gastronomy In Santorini

Santorini is not only a destination that offers tourists magical sunsets, lovers of good food also know that it is an island with incredible tastes as well!
VISIT GREECE| White Aubergine Salad, #Santorini, #Greece

VISIT GREECE| White Aubergine Salad, #Santorini, #Greece

VISIT GREECE| White aubergine from Santorini

VISIT GREECE| White aubergine from Santorini

VISIT GREECE| Tomato Fritters

Tomato Fritters

VISIT GREECE| Tomato Fritters

VISIT GREECE| Tomato Fritters, or Tomatokeftedes

VISIT GREECE| Tomato Fritters, or Tomatokeftedes

VISIT GREECE| Tomato Fritters

Tomato Fritters

VISIT GREECE| Tomato Fritters

VISIT GREECE| Santorini's Tomato Fritters(tomatokeftedes)

VISIT GREECE| Santorini's Tomato Fritters(tomatokeftedes)

VISIT GREECE| Vinsanto wine. An ancient winemaking tradition of Santorini that dates back thousands of years and represents an important part of Santorini’s history. Made from late harvested grapes that have been dried in the sun for 12–14 days, then crushed and fermented and then aged for a minimum of 24 months in oak barrels.

VISIT GREECE| Vinsanto wine. An ancient winemaking tradition of Santorini that dates back thousands of years and represents an important part of Santorini’s history. Made from late harvested grapes that have been dried in the sun for 12–14 days, then crushed and fermented and then aged for a minimum of 24 months in oak barrels.

VISIT GREECE| Typical containers for aging Santorinian vinsanto wine!

VISIT GREECE| Typical containers for aging Santorinian vinsanto wine!

Visit Greece| Vinsanto wine from Santorini!

Visit Greece| Vinsanto wine from Santorini!

Visit Greece | Santorini cuisine, Cherry tomatoes

Visit Greece | Santorini cuisine, Cherry tomatoes

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