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Eastern Halkidiki Travel Packages Introduced to Polish Tour Operators

Polish tour operators were introduced to the diverse travel packages for holidays in Eastern Halkidiki, Northern Greece.

Greece Celebrates World Wine Tourism Day with Free Events

Wineries in Greece on Sunday, November 13, will offer free admission to wine enthusiasts in celebration of World Wine Tourism Day.

Thessaloniki’s Wines Hailed as ‘Liquid Gold’

Thessaloniki’s and Central Macedonia’s wines are hailed as “liquid gold” by Nina Caplan, a renowned influencer of the wine niche.

Greece Wins 3 Spots on 2022 World’s Best Vineyards List

Three Greek wineries are included on the World’s Best Vineyards 2022 list, solidifying Greece’s international recognition as a wine tourism destination.

Naoussa First Greek City to Join Europe’s ‘Iter Vitis’ Wine Cultural Route

The city of Naoussa in Northern Greece has joined the Council of Europe’s “Iter Vitis” Cultural Route, an initiative that safeguards wine biodiversity and strengthens European values.

UNWTO Wine Tourism Conference to Focus on Innovation, Sustainability and Creativity

The World Tourism Organization will hold its 6th UNWTO Global Conference on Wine Tourism in Alba in the Piemonte region of Italy during September 19-21.

Region to Promote Attica Wines in US, Canada, Japan

The Attica Region will be taking action to promote wines produced in the area to countries abroad including the United States, Canada and Japan.

Wine & Spirits: 3 Wineries in Greece Among World’s Top 100 for 2022

Three wineries in Greece have been named among the world's top 100 wineries of 2022 by Wine & Spirits Magazine.

Hotels in Greece Sign Deal to Promote Branded Greek Wines

Greece’s hoteliers have joined forces with local wine producers to promote branded Greek wines as part of efforts to upgrade the wine tourism experience.

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.

Thessaloniki Tourism Organization Promotes City’s Food and Wine to Int’l Audience

The Thessaloniki Tourism Organization is promoting the city’s food and wine offerings through foreign media and organizations.

Northern Greece’s Wines Go to Festival in Italy

Italian tourism professionals got to know Northern Greece’s wines and wineries during the International Wine Tasting Festival that took place in Matera, Italy.

Greece Prepares to Meet New Post-pandemic Tourist Demands

A 10-year strategy to meet new traveler demands in the post-Covid-19 era is the next step to ensure Greece maintains its competitive edge as a leading tourism destination.

Peloponnese Wine Festival Returns to Athens on Feb 21

The Peloponnese Wine Festival returns after two years of absence, and will take place in Athens, on February 21.

Eastern Halkidiki’s Wine Routes Introduced to Foreign Travel Agents

The Aristotle Municipality in Eastern Halkidiki recently introduced its wine routes and cultural heritage sites to travel agents from Portugal, Spain and Sicily.

Greece Promotes Western Macedonia as Top Wine Tourism Destination

Western Macedonia, its wineries and wines are spearheading a far-reaching Tourism Ministry campaign to establish Greece as a leading wine tourism destination.

Greece Looking to Link Wine Tourism with Experiences

Greece is looking into ways to incorporate the Greek wine experience into the overall travel experience, says GNTO President Angela Gerekou.

Greek Tourism Ministry Event to Showcase Western Macedonia Wines

The wines of the Western Macedonia region, northern Greece, will take center stage during a three-day promotional event by the Greek Tourism Ministry.

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.