Greek vineyards are among the world’s oldest and have produced wines for thousands of years. Vineyards are found on diverse soil and terrain, at altitudes varying between sea level and often in excess of 1,000m. They can be described as viticultural “isles” which dot the entire country, continental and island areas alike.
Τhe phenomenon of certain wines becoming famous and much sought after, because of their place of origin is common in Greece and dates back to antiquity. Greece has 34 PDO Wines and more than 100 PGI Wines.
Greece needs little introductions as a top quality and popular holiday destination. A fact less known is the immense range of wine tourism experiences available around the country. Greece can truly convert visitors into real wine ambassadors.