Wine producers in Northern Greece will celebrate for the fourth year the European Day of Wine Tourism on November 13 by opening their cellars and vineyards to visitors and connoisseurs wishing to sample their latest production.
Eighteen wineries along the wine roads of northern Greece are taking part in the event that allows visitors to tour the wineries and taste older vintages, as well as new ones collected in 2016 from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m.
The European Day of Wine Tourism, launched in 2009, invites wine lovers every second Sunday in November to a series of events aimed at the promotion of European wine territories. The events are organized and jointly promoted by each city or town in their territory in efforts to stimulate wine tourism.
Participating wineries belong to the European network of wine cities (RECEVIN) or other wine tourism networks.