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‘Attica Wine & Food Experience’ Takes Greek Hospitality a Step Further

Aiming to promote enotourism, Attica wine producers and related businesses have joined forces to create the Attica Wine and Food Experience network.

Boutari Named Winery of the Year 2018 by ‘Wine & Spirits’

Boutari, one of Greece’s largest wineries, has been announced “Winery of the Year” for the 18th time by the editors of the US magazine Wine & Spirits.

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.

Discover Santorini’s Hidden Treasures with DNA Travel

DNA Travel this summer is giving travelers - including history buffs and wine lovers - the chance to explore the alternative tourism side of Santorini.

Lemnos to Treat Guests at ‘Philema’ Gastronomy and Wine Festival in July

The island of Lemnos will “offer guests a treat” at its second “Philema” gastronomy and wine festival to take place between July 27-29.

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.

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.

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.

Aldemar Royal Mare Wine Tasting Showcases Paterianaki Varieties

Aldemar Group’s five-star Royal Mare Hotel, situated in Hersonissos, Crete, welcomed connoisseurs to a wine-tasting event earlier this month showcasing the finest varieties and organic vintages of the Paterianaki Estate.

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.

Oenorama Connoisseurs Give Boutari Aged Wines Thumbs Up

Wine experts attending this year’s Oenorama 2015 show on March 7-9 at the Zappeion Megaron, warmly welcomed Boutari’s decision to open up its cellars and present a large number of aging wines dating back to the 1980s, 1990s, 2000 and even some from 1975 and 1977.

Summer 2014: Greece Makes Headlines In The Foreign Press

A selection of mentions of Greece in the international press during the summer.
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Argolida, Greece: The Next Napa Valley?

The agrotourism potential of the Argolida-Corinthos area was explored last week by a group of concerned professionals, members of an agrotourism cluster, who decided to seek insight from an expert in the field on how an area with good wine could become an ultimate tourism destination.