Greek Wine Exports Thriving Due to Internal Turbulence

Monday, June 18, 2012

Everyone is aware of the current Greek economic crisis, but they may be surprised to learn that the Greek wine industry is doing well. Because of the economic crisis and the recession in the domestic market, Greek wineries have started to export their wines.

Today, Kamal Kouiri, sommelier of the Molyvos restaurant, and Nick Livanos, the owner of Molyvos restaurant and the Livanos restaurant group discuss the Greek election and the economic success of wine exports there.


Kamal Kouiir and Nick Livanos

Produced by:

Jay Cowit

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