Throughout the long history of Greek wine, the grape vines-wine relationship is inseparable with all the inhabitants of Greece, from side to side. Thus, any reference to the history of Greek wine inevitably contains elements relating to culture, economy, religion, social life, everyday life, but also the places where wine cultivation, wine production and wine consumption have developed.
Wine in the everyday life of Greece is an ancient matter. In fact, it is lost in the depths of time. The relationship between vineyards, cultivated almost all over Greece, and of course the wine produced and consumed over time, is long-lasting. Both vine products and wine are essentially the cultural, social and food products of the Greeks.
Travel among some of the most famous Greek vineyards. Stop at well-known wineries and taste the world-famous wines in the Peloponnese, Northern Greece, Epirus & Western Macedonia. Meet the winemakers.
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