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‘Taste Of Greece’ Festival In Canberra

Tastes and colours of Greece will be presented through the Greek Food and Drinks Festival that will be held in Canberra. It is an initiative by the Greek Union of Canberra that will take place from the 20th of...

12th Thessaloniki International Wine Competition

Greek and foreign wine tasters (oenologists, sommeliers and journalists) will be flooding the Northern Greek city of Thessaloniki starting today, during the 12th International Wine Competition. 614 samples from Greece and other countries, such as Bulgaria, Brazil, Germany, Italy, Cyprus,...

Cypriot Wine Festival of Melbourne 2012

The federal government of Victoria has decided to support the Cypriot Community of Melbourne with the amount of $100,000 in order to celebrate the 80 years from its founding, announced the Greek-Australian Minister of Multicultural Affairs, Nikos Kotsiras. The federal...

Oenorama Wine Fair To Be Presented in Athens

Oenorama is the biggest and most important event of the Greek wine industry. It is Greece’s only professional wine trade exhibition concentrating uniquely on wine and equipment for vinification and viticulture. Oenorama is organized by Vinetum every other year...

New Trade Agreement Brings Greek Wine To China

The biggest wine trade deal ever signed between Greece and China is now officially confirmed. Greece will be exporting up to 3.600.000 bottles of wine per year after the cooperative wine production association VAENI Naousa signed the deal. According to...

Thracian Products Presented in Zurich

Three companies from Thrace organized a presentation of their Greek products at the Hilton Hotel in Zurich. The event titled 'Greek Event – Wines of Thrace' was held under the initiative of Yannis Evritis Tasioglou and gained the attention...

Greek Wine's Production Reduced by 100,000 Tons

This year, wine production in Greece is estimated at 230,000 tons, 100,000 tons down from last year, due to mildew on grapes' leaves that caused ruin to grapes in many areas of Greece. The harvesting of wine grapes takes place...