water served was free but tasted of something strange (like purified tapped water - in wine-language you might say: petrol-tones) - why not bottled water with pure taste in a wine bar?
vidiano (local grape) of famous cretan winery. cuvee - vianna? and malvasia of cretan winery.
both wines tasted so "international" that they could also come from czech-republic/switzerland/austria/germany/.. - where's the "terroir" - what is the idea of serving us those wines? - showing that crete winemakers can produce anonymous wines??
(most "housewines" we got the past two weeks were more interesting - not more complex and more full-bodied; but with more local character - and showed more of cretan terroir!)
cheese-and-ham-plate - a selection of greek supermarket-cheese with artificial ham (cube shaped - one cured, one cured and smoked) and supermarket crisp-bread..
i don't get it - what can be the reason for serving such food?
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