#KeepItGreek with a virtual Greek wine tour


Do you like wine? Do you want to take advantage of your time and learn everything about Greek wine?

Take a virtual tour of the Greek vineyard by the Master of Wine, Konstantinos Lazarakis.

The Greek Herald highlights the initiative of the Hellenic Wine Association, which presents all regions of the country, giving information about the place, the vine varieties and the styles of wines they produce.

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Σας αρέσει το κρασί; Θέλετε να εκμεταλλευτείτε το χρόνο σας και να μάθετε τα πάντα για το ελληνικό κρασί;

Κάντε μια virtual ξενάγηση στον ελληνικό αμπελώνα από τον Master of Wine Κωνσταντίνο Λαζαράκη.

Ο Ελληνικός Κήρυκας αναδεικνύει την πρωτοβουλία του Συνδέσμου Ελληνικού Οίνου, που παρουσιάζει όλες τις περιοχές της χώρας, δίνοντας βασικές πληροφορίες για τον τόπο, τις ποικιλίες αμπέλου και τα στιλ κρασιών που αυτές παράγουν.

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