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Michelin-Starred Chef Ollie Dabbous Presents Greece’s Wines at London Event

Michelin-starred Chef Ollie Dabbous presented the wine routes and varieties of four Greek regions – Macedonia, Peloponnese, Cyclades and Crete - to foreign journalists in London.

New Ministry Seal to Certify Greek Enotourism Enterprises

Wineries open for visitation across Greece will be awarded a special seal indicating that they abide by the standards for the operation of wine tourism enterprises.

Making Enotourism Happen: Greek-wineries.com Shows the Way 

A new site in English aiming to inform and guide travelers with a soft spot for the vine, lists 180 visitable wineries across Greece.

Porto Carras Introduces its Wines to Italian Journalists

The Porto Carras Grand Resort in Halkidiki recently hosted a group of Italian wine-expert journalists and gave them the grand tour of its vineyards and winery.

Aria Hotels Member Katogi Averoff Opens Winery for ‘Open Doors’ Events

The Katogi Averoff, a member of Aria Hotels, will be opening its winery to mark the “Open Doors” happening over the weekend of May 27-28.

Palates Warming Up for 1st Santorini Int’l Wine Tourism Congress

Lovers (and experts) of the vine will meet on the Greek island of Santorini on October 14-16 for the 1st International Wine Tourism Congress (IMIC 2016) to be hosted at the Petros M Nomikos Conference Center in Firostefani.

Greece Wineries ‘Open Doors’ to Intoxicating Taste Experience

Wine lovers and bon viveurs will have the chance to indulge on May 28-29, when wineries and vineyards across Greece open their doors to the public for an intoxicating wine and dine experience.

Attica Winemakers Seek Ways to Promote ‘Savatiano’ Variety

The significance of preserving and promoting the Attica vineyard was the focus of a recent presentation by the Attica Vineyards Winemakers Association (ENOAA).

Naoussa Set to Titillate and Teach at Wine Fest

The city of Naoussa is set to welcome wine lovers from across the country during its three-day festival “City of Wine”, which kicks off tomorrow at the Vetlans Multi-space and runs through to December 13.

Santorini to Host UNESCO Wine Symposium in November

The heritage and development of wine regions and their role in tourism will be the focus of an UNESCO symposium to be held on the Greek island of Santorini on November 5-7.