Ask the Barman: Taking tips from the Greek god of wine

29.06.2011                      27.Siwan, 5771

Interview:

Ask the Barman: Taking tips from the Greek god of wine

Eyal Dobinsky explains how he uses his wealth of knowledge to bring fine reds and whites to the masses at his intimate TA wine bar, Juno.

Even though Eyal Dobinsky spends his days, or more accurately nights, serving alcoholic drinks to the discerning clients of his north Tel Aviv wine bar, he insists that he is not, in fact, a barman. With years of experience on California's famous wine road touring wineries and improving his vast knowledge, Eyal sees himself as a representative of the people on a mission to bring good quality wine to the public at reasonable prices. His confidence, along with his effortless explanations of some of the best wines on the menu, confirm that he knows what he's talking about. Eyal, a citizen of the world, lives for wine and wants to share the love. 
He took a break during a busy night at “Juno,” the intimate war bar that he runs, to speak about why wine should be drunk and not just stored, as well as how he draws inspiration from the Greek god of wine….