In Greece, the first organized wine roads were outlined in 1997 by the Wine Producers Association of the Northern Greece Vineyard and given the official name “Wine Roads of Northern Greece.”
Explore Naoussa, Halkidiki, Thessaloniki, Metsovo, Amyntaio, Mount Olympus and many other mythical towns and regions full of tastes and aromas.
The Wine Roads pass through ancient villages with astonishing panoramic views, regions rich in archaeological treasures, wine villages, beautiful lakes and magnificent beaches.
The Wine Roads suggest visits to the most renowned Greek vineyards and celebrated wineries for visitors to sample internationally award winning wines right where they are produced and meet the people who make them.
A privately owned single vineyard estate in an ideal microclimate, a pioneer winemaker who revived the almost extinct Greek grape variety of Malagousia, a unique wine museum with 2600 corkscrews and viti-vini cultural cratfs dating back to the 4th century BC. Six years among the Top 100 wineries worldwide.
Domaine Porto Carras, one of largest organic vineyards in Europe, is located in Halkidiki and has set a milestone in the Greek Wine Industry. Its breathtaking mountain and sea views and its vineyard activities are a must for every visitor.
Katogi Averoff’s sixty year history of winemaking in magical Metsovo, makes it one of Greece’s most unique wineries and a pioneer of Greek wine tourism. Metsovo offers a vast variety of cultural and nature activities and a unsurpassed experience for the wine traveler.