Enotourism (or oenotourism), wine tourism and vinitourism, all refer to one specific concept developed throughout the world over the last few years.
Enotourism may target wine tasting and purchase exclusively or include wine among other things.
There is an abundance of amazing wine destinations in continental and island Greece.
From the small local wineries to the broad mountain vineyards, the visitor will have the chance to witness the whole process of wine making, from grape harvest to bottling, and become familiar with different grape varieties.
They will learn about the importance of using the right equipment for preserving and serving each wine label, as well as the role of soil and temperature.
Many producers offer wine tours at their premises that include wine tasting and local delicacies.
The history of each winery and the way their methods have changed throughout the years incorporating the development of technology will also hold the visitor’s interest.
Even though the most popular wine destinations are Santorini, Nemea, Crete, Naousa, Drama, Chalkidiki, Samos, Limnos, Zitsa and Metsovo, there is definitely a winery worth visiting near every wine lover, wherever they are.
You can find it here! Let’s explore together the unique qualities of each region and select from numerous wine related activities.
Enjoy the wine trail and don’t forget to raise your glass!