Posts tagged with ‘Florina’

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West Macedonia subregions.

by Cornelius Wesseling

          Please see HERE the wineries of West Macedonia. West Macedonia is one of the thirteen regions of Greece, consisting of the western part of Greek Macedonia. It is divided into the regional units of Florina, Grevena, Kastoria, and Kozani. Geography[edit] The region of West Macedonia is situated in north-western Greece, bordering with the regions of Central Macedonia (east), Thessaly (south), Epirus (west), and bounded to the north […]

Vegoritis Winery, Florina, West Macedonia.

by Cornelius Wesseling

All about Florina, West Macedonia.   Vegoritis’ philosophy is that we have to produce high quality wines in a wide range of prices with the best relation between price and quality that is possible in the marketplace, and that we should lay particular emphasis on the exploitation and cultivation of the vineyards of the territory, using […]

Pandou Domaine, Florina, West Macedonia.

by Cornelius Wesseling

All about Florina, West Macedonia. The Domaine Pandou Hydrousa based in Florina. Is a creation of the family Pandou, engaged in growing vines and producing wine in a traditional way since 1986. In 1997 part of the program of the EU organic farming and erect owned winery – distillery family. Now acquires a personal enterprise, mainly engaged in the production […]

Pavlou Estate, Florina, West Macedonia.

by Cornelius Wesseling

All about Florina, West Macedonia. History The Macedonian region of Northern Greece has been producing wines for well over 4000 years. It is said that the area was a favorite wine stop of the ancient Macedonian kings. Its best known celebrity, Alexander the Great, whose empire spanned most of the known world, was born in […]

Karanika Domaine, Amyndeon, West Macedonia.

by Cornelius Wesseling

for general info: Amyndeon, West Macedonia. The vision At Domaine Karanika we work in harmony with nature to protect the health of people and the earth while producing the finest quality wine. Our organic vineyards at the Amyndeo plateau in the far North-west of Greece include old to very old Xinomavro vines, the younger Assyrtiko, […]