AWARDS

HACCP Cinque wine bar Athens quality award

Cinque Wine Bar applies HACCP food safety principles according to Quality Award

Quality Award We feel very honored because Cinque Wine Bar applies HACCP food safety principles according to Quality Award. Ιn this way we continuously improve our services to provide better and better hospitality to our guests. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Pinterest Shop OnLineBring the excellence of Cinque to wherever you are.Pick Up ServicesView offersVirtual Wine TastingView

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Tourism awards greek hospitality Cinque wine bar Athens 2019

Tourism awards 2019: Silver award for the wine experience!

Tourism awards 2019, Silver award for the wine experience! One more year of hard work for all of us , one more “thanks” to all of you for appreciated our effort! Tourism awards 2019, Silver award for the wine experience! Nikitas Prassas, Oenologist and Sommelier , Cinque’s head sommelier, received the award. Previous Next Facebook

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tripadvisor highly recommended best place in Athens Cinque wine

TripAdvisor Ranking: Cinque Wine Bar on the Top!

TripAdvisor Ranking | Cinque Wine Bar on the Top! We remain on the top of the TripAdvisor Ranking for the third consecutive year. This is very hopeful for us because it shows us that our guests recognize the greek hospitality and high quality of wines and food that we offer and this creates responsibility to

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EVENTS

Wineladies tasting online

Wineladies tasting online

Assyrtiko from North to South! Ω ναι τα καταφέραμε!!! 19 κυρίες βρεθήκαμε διαδικτυακά για το πρώτο #wineladies online meeting που έφερε για δύο ώρες κοντά την Αθήνα, τη Θεσσαλονίκη και τις Βρυξέλλες!!! Επιλέξαμε το θέμα της συνάντησης (Ασύρτικο, από το βορρά μέχρι το νότο), τα κρασιά μας τα προμήθευσαν με πολλή χαρά τα αγαπημένα μας

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Virtual wine tasting experience

#Winelovers virtual wine tasting experience

#winelover Assyrtiko tasting Virtual wine tasting of assyrtiko greek indigenous variety A virtual wine tasting of three different assyrtikos took place on March 10th, organized by Cinque wine bar Athens for the #winelover-s community. The tasting kits were been delivered in 8 different countries, safe and sound. The wines were from Atalanti valley , Central

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Virtual wine tasting experience for Hellenic Alumni Association of LSE

Virtual wine tasting experience for Hellenic Alumni Association of LSE

Virtual wine tasting experience for Hellenic Alumni Association of LSE! “Ο φοβερός Nikitas Prassas, ο σεμνός αλλά αεικίνητος οινολόγος & σομμελιέ που για μένα ενσαρκώνει το μέλλον του Ελληνικού κρασιού με τον καλύτερο τρόπο, έχει αποκτήσει μια ειδική εμφιαλωτική μηχανή για την εμφιάλωση δειγμάτων (εννοείται με ειδικό αέριο που προστατεύει από οξειδώσεις, αλλοιώσεις κλπ) για

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Virtual γευσιγνωσία κρασιού

Virtual γευσιγνωσία κρασιού: Η νέα πραγματικότητα που γίνεται hot trend!

Virtual γευσιγνωσία κρασιού: Η νέα πραγματικότητα που γίνεται hot trend! Στις επηρεασμένες από την πανδημία δραστηριότητες, βρίσκεται και η γευσιγνωσία κρασιού.  Οι εκδηλώσεις γευσιγνωσίας, καθώς και οι περιηγήσεις στα οινοποιεία της χώρας μας και του εξωτερικού, έχουν προς το παρόν ανασταλεί. Επομένως, έπρεπε να βρεθεί ένας τρόπος να διεξαχθούν, εξασφαλίζοντας την ασφάλεια και τη δημόσια

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STORIES & ARTICLES

Hand - Made Melomakarona 200g

Melomakarona: A symbolic treat for the fallen heroes of ancient Greece

Melomakarona: A symbolic treat for the fallen heroes of ancient Greece. Melomakarona have their own history, as well as etymologically speaking, its name purely originates from ancient Greece. The Greek dictionaries refer to “macaroni” where it comes from the medieval Greek word, “makaronia (ma – ka – roh – NEE – a)”. It was about

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Pasta in ancient Greece

The distant history of pasta in ancient Greece

The distant history of pasta in ancient Greece Chylopites, macaroni, couscousaki, barley, trachanas in various variations… Pasta has always been the main choice in the Greek diet for daily or Sunday dinners. Made with pure ingredients (milk, wheat, eggs), covered with red or white sauce, “topped” with plenty of cheese, it blends perfectly with seafood

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Meze in Greece

The history and tradition of meze in Greece

The history and tradition of meze in Greece According to the researchers’ records, the politikos meze is a thoroughly romaic and masculine invention. The name has Persian roots, but the philosophy of the meze is politiki (from the city of Constantinople). Late every afternoon, hundreds of Romioi returning from their work would get off the

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Utensils of the ancient kitchens

The household utensils of the ancient kitchens

The household utensils of the ancient kitchens All the culinary culture that our ancient ancestors had developed was accompanied by a range of cooking utensils, so that they could cook their food as best and most comfortably as possible. Here are some of the most basic utensils and a little bit of their history. Cup

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WINEMAKERS & VINEYARDS

Nestor Winery

Nestor Winery

In the winegrowing and winemaking sector, eight hundred winegrowers of Messinia allied to form a cooperation in 1954. For its times, the “Nestor Agricultural and Winemaking Cooperative of Messinia” was as unique as it was pioneering. The goal of the cooperative was to absorb and showcase its members’ winegrowing production.  Nestor Cooperative chose the griffin, for

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Fileri - Sklava - Kidonitsa - Roditis - Malagousia - Savvatiano

Fileri

A famous polyclonal cultivar grown throughout the Peloponnese region of Greece is called Filéri (fee – le – ri). Particularly, in Arkadia province in the central and eastern Peloponnese. The various clones of the cultivar, produce white (Filéri), red (Mavrofilero) and pink (Moschofilero) grapes. Filéri exhibits an intense, and easily recognizable fragrance, aromas, and produces

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Fileri - Sklava - Kidonitsa - Roditis - Malagousia - Savvatiano

Sklava

Completely unknown but with its history lost in the mists of time, Sklava (skla – va) is fortunately one of the native greek varieties that survived, although it was almost extinct until recently. Its white-skinned grape variety, grown on the eastern Peloponnese and especially in Argolida – its region of origin – and Nemea. It

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Fileri - Sklava - Kidonitsa - Roditis - Malagousia - Savvatiano

Kidonitsa

An acknowledged member, almost extinct and out-of-the-ordinary group of grape varieties emerging in the last decade out of the region of Laconia, located in the south-east of the Peloponnese is called Kidonitsa (pronounced “ki – dho – NI – tsa”). A white grape variety, mainly used for the production of white dry wines, as well

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Explore the city of Athens

National Archaeological Museum

National Archaeological Museum

NationalArchaeological Museumsjust 1500m away from us Do not miss the largest archaeological museum in Greece The National Archaeological Museum in Athens houses some of the most important artifacts from a variety of archaeological locations around Greece from prehistory to late antiquity. It is considered one of the greatest museums in the world and contains the

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Athens Central Market (Varvakeios)

Athens Central Market (Varvakeios)

Athens Central Marketjust 300m away from us Do not miss the market in the city of Athens If the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, then you’ll certainly love the Greek capital after a visit to the Athens Central Market. This is literally the Grand Central Station of food, where people from all

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Old Parliament House

Old Parliament House

Old Parliament House,just 550m away from us Visit the Old Parliament House between 1875 and 1935,now it houses the country’s National Historical Museum The Old Parliament was founded in 1858 by Queen Amalia, upon a design by French architect François Boulanger, in order to house the Parliament and Senate. After King Otto’s eviction, the Senate

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Athens City Museum

Athens City Museum

Athens City Museum,just 400m away from us Do not miss the first royal palace of Greeceunder the reign of King Otto of Greece. The Athens City Museum (Vouros-Eutaxias Foundation) is dedicated to the development of the city of Athens in modern times. It is housed in two of the capital´s oldest buildings at 5 and

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