A well-established annual presentation of Peloponnesian wines in Athens, taking place in February.
This festival celebrating the Argiorgitiko variety in Nemea, the capital of the Peloponnesian wine world, takes place in the beginning of the grape harvest (late August, early September) and includes dozens of events at the local wineries. It’s a unique wine festival.
This very special event takes us on a cultural and gastronomic journey to Aigialeia, where the rich wine tradition and the unique natural surroundings meet special local flavors, culture and hospitality.
This is a leading annual wine fair in Greece, taking place in Athens since 1994.
Wineries open their doors to welcome wine aficionados as part of this great wine tourism event. Open Cellar Doors is an initiative of the European Network of Wine Cities motivating visitors to get acquainted with the world of wine.
The European Day of Wine Tourism has been celebrated since 2009 on the second Sunday of November and features all wineries that are members of the European Network of Wine Cities (RECEVIN) or other wine-tourism related networks. Its aim is to promote the culture and tradition of wine making regions.
This is a premium wine and gastronomy festival featuring Greek wines and distinguished wine makers along with exceptional gastronomy products and their producers.
This annual event by Vinetum, in collaboration with FNL, takes place at the Grande Bretagne Athens Hotel and features the finest red wines by Greek and international producers.
Annual, daily, thematic fair featuring Greek and international sparkling wines.
One of the recently established wine events fully dedicated to rosé wine.
Exhibition of Greek wine, which takes place every year in Thessaloniki.
The greatest international wine fair with thousands of exhibitors and visitors takes place in Germany - most of the Greek winemakers participate every year.