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Online Wine Tourism Research

The results of an international research on wine tourism will be presented online on November 10th, by Respond On Demand and the magazine Wine Illusion.

Greece and Cyprus Explore Wine Tourism Cooperation

Tourism professionals from Greece and Cyprus are exploring ways to collaborate in the field of wine tourism for mutual benefit.

Wine Network Agreed Between Greek and German Municipalities

The mayors of Aristotle in Greece and Freiburg in Germany have agreed to establish a wine network between the two municipalities.

GNTO Promotes Rhodes’ Gastronomy and Wines to Italy

Rhodes' gastronomy and wines were recently promoted to Italy through an extensive feature published in Italian monthly magazine "Bell' Europa".

Ministry Creates Greece’s First Portal for Wine Tourism

Deputy Tourism Minister Sofia Zacharaki recently presented Greece’s first portal dedicated to wine tourism.

Ministry Promotes Greek Wine Tourism Sector at Santorini Event

The Tourism Ministry is organizing a two-day event on the island of Santorini aiming to promote wine tourism in Greece.

Kefalonia Winemakers Get Together and Form Association

Aiming to promote the vineyards and wines of the island of Kefalonia, seven local wineries joined forces and formed the Kefalonia Winemakers Association.

Plans to Promote Wine Tourism in Attica Begin to Fall in Place

The Attica Region is joining forces with wine and food experts to design a digital wine map to promote Attica's wine products and routes.

Eastern Halkidiki Promoted as Wine Tourism Destination to Croatian Market

The Municipality of Aristotle in Eastern Halkidiki recently presented the area’s tourism offerings and wine routes to Croatian tourism professionals.

GNTO Introduces Belgian Tour Operators to Macedonia’s Wines

The Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) recently introduced Belgian tour operators to the wine heritage of Macedonia.

Rethymno to Celebrate World Wine Tourism Day with Special Tour

Α special Wine Tourism Tour will take place in Rethymno, Crete, on November 10, to celebrate World Wine Tourism Day 2019.

DNA Travel Looks to Promote Attica’s Wine Tourism

DNA Travel is supporting the efforts of the "Attica Wine & Food Experience" association by offering know-how and new ideas for future endeavors.

Attica’s Gastronomy, Wines Fascinate Foreign Tour Operators and Journalists

Attica's unique wines and gastronomy were on the focus of a fam trip, which was recently held by the Region of Attica, with the participation of foreign travel professionals, journalists and bloggers.

Attica Region to Present its Tourism Offerings to the Dutch Market

The Region of Attica will present its tourism offerings to the Dutch market, during the International Tourism Exhibition "Vakantiebeurs 2019", which will be held in Utrecht, from January 9-13.

Open Cellars in Greece for Wine Tourism Day

Greek wine producers and their cellars will be open to the wine-loving public on Sunday, November 11, marking European Wine Tourism Day.

Wine Tourism: An Approach to Sustainable Rural Development

The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has called for wine tourism to be made part of national tourism and rural development policies.

Greece and Moldova Seek Ways to Boost Tourism Cooperation

Greece will explore ways to boost bilateral tourism cooperation with Moldova during the 3rd UNWTO Global Conference on Wine Tourism in Chisinau.

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.

Crete Unveils its History, Culture, Gastronomy to Japanese Media

Crete's local authorities and Enterprise Greece organized a familiarization trip for Japanese journalists, aiming to promote the island's culture and gastronomy.