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La Macedonia Centrale entra a far parte della Federazione Europea Iter Vitis

La Macedonia Centrale entra a far parte della Federazione Europea Iter Vitis

Il vigneto greco è uno dei vigneti più antichi e storici del mondo, mentre il vino greco viene prodotto oggi con i più moderni metodi di produzione.

I vitigni autoctoni, i terroir della vigna greca, il clima mediterraneo e il microclima, creano una combinazione unica per la produzione di vini locali per soddisfare anche gli amanti del vino più esigenti.

I vigneti della Macedonia centrale sono montagnosi, semi-montuosi e costieri. Si sono diffusi sulla parte settentrionale del paese, a nord del monte Olimpo. Alcune delle zone vinicole più popolari della regione sono Naoussa, Goumenissa, Halkidiki, Pieria e Serres.

Il vino della Macedonia centrale è un tesoro nascosto per gli amanti del vino e della gastronomia. È un’esperienza unica da gustare visitando la Regione della Macedonia Centrale, dove il vino locale offre il suo autentico sapore da oltre 4000 anni.

Discovering Crete: a new stage in the City of Wine

Discovering Crete: a new stage in the City of Wine

Lectures with expert teachers to reveal the most intimate secrets of local viticulture and tastings at local companies, to test the results of the work illustrated in the classroom: this is the secret of the success of the Stage “Città del Vino” for oenologists and winemakers, who for over ten years have been accompanying Europe and beyond, discovering the most interesting vines in the world.

Georgia, Israel, Portugal, Spain, Hungary, France. These are just some of the countries touched by the Stage in these years, countries that have opened their doors and hearts to the groups of students and winemakers from all over Italy and Europe, eager to know and experience international viticulture.

2018 is the year of the discovery of the home of Dionysius, the god of wine: the island of Crete. In mythology Dionisio marries Arianna, the daughter of King Minos, bringing the art of making wine to Crete. Crete was one of the first places, in ancient times, to begin the tradition of growing grapes for the production of wine and the oldest winery in the world of Crete. One of the most fascinating wine-growing areas in the world.

In addition to the theoretical lectures given by Professor Attilio Scienza, the participants - who stayed in Rethymno, recently proclaimed European wine city together with the Portuguese Torres Vedras / Alenquer and Rethimnos - were given the chance to visit the cellars and taste the wines of the KLADOS and DOURAKIS companies

The vineyards of Mylopotamos, on Mount Athos

Near one of the oldest monastic settlements of Mount Athos (autonomous republic of Greece governed by Orthodox monks), wine grapes have been cultivated in the Mylopotamos vineyards for over a thousand years. A place full of spirituality, inhabited by 1500 monks who animate monasteries and hermitages rich in icons, altarpieces, frescoes, manuscripts and rare miniatures. According to tradition, Mary and St. John arrived here after the resurrection of Christ. Father Epifanio’s painstaking work intervened in 1890 to save these centuries-old plants from abandonment, which today produces organic red, white, rosé and dessert wines using biodynamic methods.

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