Entries by Marleen Zambartas

It takes a village… to run a winery!

It takes a village…. Growing up in a small village of less than 800 people, I can say that a lot of the preconceptions about village life are actually true. It is quiet, it can be boring, there is village gossip (a lot of it!), it is a closed community, there is a level of […]

Christmas Season Opening Hours

During the period of the Christmas Holidays the winery’s opening hours for visits are as follows: Sat – Sunday 22-23 Dec Closed Monday 24 Dec Open (10.00am – 4.00pm) Tues-Wednesday 25-26 Dec Closed Thurs-Friday 27-28 Dec Open (10.00am – 4.00pm) Sat- Sunday 29-30 Dec Closed Monday 31 Dec Open (10.00am – 4.00pm) Tuesday 1 Jan Closed […]

Open Doors Weekends 17-18 & 24-25 Nov

We are happy to announce our yearly ‘Open Doors Weekends‘ on 17-18 and 24-25 November. We weclome you from 11.00h until 17.00h for  free tours & tastings. Get to sample our full range of wines, including the newly bottled Semillon-Sauvignon Blanc 2018! Tours of the cellar will be held at set times during the day: […]

Vintage at Zambartas – ‘A tower of Babel’?

If you walk into our cellar during the harvest period, you are entering a happy but noisy place. There is always some machinery working. The press might be finishing it pressing cycle. Pumps can be running. The crushing machine could be in full swing. The forklift moving around a small tank.  Crates unloading. Stainless steel […]

Winemaker’s Wife – The story of the New Single Vineyard label

A modern and easily distinguishable label. Different from the Zambartas Range, and at the same time in line with our characteristic style. Something that expresses the vineyard. The soil. The vines. The beauty of its age. The typical way it is cultivated. The robust character of a vine in a hot climate.  Something that touches […]

Winemaker’s wife -‘Apricot Walnut Lavender Cake’

The season of stonefruits started in Cyprus, a mark for the start of summer! I personally love all stone fruits; apricots, plums, peaches, nectarines… They are a source of antioxidants, the kids adore them and their full sweet taste and balanced acidity make them perfect for baking and cooking desserts. In Cyprus they are grown […]