Enotourism, Oenotourism, Wine tourism, or Vinitourism refers to tourism whose purpose is or includes the tasting, consumption or purchase of wine, often at or near the source. Where other types of tourism are often passive in nature, enotourism can consist of visits to wineries, tasting wines, vineyard walks, or even taking an active part in the harvest. Enotourism is a relatively new form of tourism. Most visits to the wineries take place at or near the site where the wine is produced. Visitors typically learn the history of the winery, see how the wine is made, and then taste the wines. At some wineries, staying in a small guest house at the winery is also offered. The fourth annual Wine Tourism Day will take place November 12, 2016. Wineries, hotels, restaurants, and other wine tourism businesses across North America and beyond are offering special events to the public on this day to celebrate the importance (and fun) of wine tourism. The "Open Doors", an initiative ofthe European Network of Wine Cities in recent years has been established in our country, aiming at each winery participates to create an event around wine that will bring consumers close to area production.
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“Kellari Papachristou Winery” accommodates wedding and christening parties, wine tastings, conferences, product presentations, corporate and cultural events.
The winery is open to visitors year round and it is easily accessible from the Aghios Vasileios–Archaies Kleones Junction, at the 104th-km mark of the Athens-Tripoli National Highway.
The winery is located in the very heart of the Peloponnese’s wine region, in the municipal district of Archaies Kleones (ancient Cleonae), Nemea