Discover the truth hidden in wine on our sommelier tour and learn about the ancient traditions of winemaking and drinking, a major part of ancient Greece culture. Dionysus, the god of wine, pleasure and festivity, was one of the most popular deities, with regular fun-filled celebrations held in his honor.
The latin phrase «in vino veritas» (or «the truth in wine») is a fitting description for this journey of discovery. The memories of this tour will linger with you long after its end, evoking the best of times and the magical history of hellas.
Greece is renowned for its wine and winemaking culture, yet surprisingly little of its production permeates outside its borders. Our sommelier tour of northern Greece seeks to uncover the secrets of these delectable drinks, full of flavour and sunlight. We will explore the wineries and sample their produce, helping you discern which wines are best for your palate. So, join us and discover the wonderful world of greek wine.
The regions of Epirus, Macedonia, and thrace are particularly proud of their long-standing winemaking traditions. The valleys, surrounded by mountains, have a favourable climate for cultivating unique varieties of grapes. As a result, local viticulturists produce a plethora of delicious beverages, with extraordinary scents and flavours.
At restaurants and cafes, wine is usually a part of a meal. People from all over the world come to this place to savor the incredible drinks. The vineyards located in the northern part of the country are situated on mountains and are able to withstand harsh climate. These wines are very refreshing and their scent is like that of fresh fruit. To pair with the younger wines, locals serve cheeses that can only be produced in this region.
A sommelier-led wine tasting tour of northern Greece offers more than just the chance to sample exceptional vintages. It is an invigorating journey for nature-lovers, as well. High mountain plateaus and sun-baked valleys will be visited, and the stunning beauty of the land will provide a sense of tranquility and serenity. Truly, it is an unforgettable experience!
Learn the ins and outs of cultivating grapevines, the basis for many a divine beverage blessed by Dionysus himself. And, the ultimate highlight of any winery tour — the cellars! Here you will be given the honor of viewing the winemaking process first-hand, and selecting the perfect greek wine for you. Make a knowledgeable decision and find the select vintage that speaks to you!
A sommelier tour will give you the opportunity to enhance your understanding of the age-old customs of wine drinking. The top vintners of northern Greece will present you with a variety of tastes to sample and maybe even get your hands on some rare bottles that can only be found in this region.
The wines of northern Greece are the result of the passionate hard-work of the winemakers and the vigour of the captivating local scenery. They are made with love and skill and are sure to provide an unforgettable experience.
Transfer to one of the best wineries in Northern Greece? located on the Halkidiki Mainland
Testing the best local wines of Halkidiki and the famous "Retsina".
To the nearest pass to the Kassandra peninsula to one & unique wine museum
Get to know some of the best wines from all over Greece! Tasting in the Wine Cellar with a collection of gorgeous Greek wines from different regions of Greece.
Transfer to the historical channel of Potidea, on the shore of which is located one of the best fish taverns in Northern Greece.
Complete this journey by enjoying a delicious lunch at the magnificent fish tavern on the beach.
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- Readiness to taste masterpieces of winemaking - Extra money to buy collectible wines - Make sure your digital devices have plenty of space for photos and check their batteries
- It’s best to dress lightly, so choose breathing, comfortable clothes - It’s important to wear comfortable and durable shoes - Don’t forget headcover — you’ll often be in the sun