Wines of North Greece

PGI Wines in North Greece

The category of Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) refers to wines with a special indication of geographical origin made from specific varieties. The indication of geographical origin can relate either to an entire geographical region – which, in the case of North Greece, are Epirus, Macedonia and Thrace – or to smaller areas. The wine producers of the company Wines of North Greece produce wines with different PGIs, depending on the area where each of them is located. Most of them produce wines with labels from the three major geographical regions: white, rosé and red PGI Epirus; white, rosé and red PGI Macedonia; and white, rosé and red PGI Thrace. Along with these three regional PGI wines, the wineries of North Greece also release wines with the following PGI indications:

PGI Krania
PGI Pieria
PGI Metsovo
PGI Ioannina
PGI Velventos
PGI Florina
PGI Kastoria
PGI Siatista
PGI Imathia
PGI Pella
PGI Nea Mesimvria
PGI Epanomi
PGI Slopes of Vertiskos
PGI Thessaloniki
PGI Sithonia
PGI Agio Oros
PGI Halkidiki
PGI Pangeo
PGI Drama
PGI Slopes of Paiko
PGI Ismarikos PGI Avdira.

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