GREEK WINE ROADS TEAM

Welcome to PAM TOURS, your invaluable Greek Connection, experience the PAM FACTOR and now, explore the historic Greek Wine Land and its unique wines, with our specialized team of wine experts!
Since our establishment in 1981, PAM TOURS has long been synonymous with superior service and excellence, efficient and innovative solutions, striving to bring unsurpassed knowledge and added value to our clients.

Today, over 30 years later, PAM TOURS remains in the forefront of the DMC landscape, providing improved services which continue to generate confidence in our customers. Meet and greet, transfer and transport, accommodate, find restaurants and conference venues, experience activities, excursions, themed events, and gala dinners through PAM TOURS and now, experience unique wine tours, discover the great Greek wine land and taste the new wines of Greece, exploring some of the most “top obscure” and historic wines of the whole wine world. Feel confident in the hands of our team of wine experts; let the magic of the Greek vineyard and its wines to carry you to the best wine trip you made ever and meet the captivating Greek cuisine, the real mother of the Mediterranean gastronomy.

Through our extensive network of associate offices throughout Greece and our 4 local braches in Crete, Mykonos, Santorini and Rhodes (Corfu) we can provide instantaneous and effective assistance. We keep abreast of the continuously evolving industry, as well as the growth, changes and developments in the field of technology and in the needs of our clientele.

Yet one thing remains the same – the importance of the close-working partnerships which we share with our clients, their ultimate success and our ability to always deliver the PAM FACTOR.

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GREEK WINE ROADS TEAM

Welcome to PAM TOURS, your invaluable Greek Connection, experience the PAM FACTOR and now, explore the historic Greek Wine Land and its unique wines, with our specialized team of wine experts!
Since our establishment in 1981, PAM TOURS has long been synonymous with superior service and excellence, efficient and innovative solutions, striving to bring unsurpassed knowledge and added value to our clients.

Today, over 30 years later, PAM TOURS remains in the forefront of the DMC landscape, providing improved services which continue to generate confidence in our customers. Meet and greet, transfer and transport, accommodate, find restaurants and conference venues, experience activities, excursions, themed events, and gala dinners through PAM TOURS and now, experience unique wine tours, discover the great Greek wine land and taste the new wines of Greece, exploring some of the most “top obscure” and historic wines of the whole wine world. Feel confident in the hands of our team of wine experts; let the magic of the Greek vineyard and its wines to carry you to the best wine trip you made ever and meet the captivating Greek cuisine, the real mother of the Mediterranean gastronomy.

Through our extensive network of associate offices throughout Greece and our 4 local braches in Crete, Mykonos, Santorini and Rhodes (Corfu) we can provide instantaneous and effective assistance. We keep abreast of the continuously evolving industry, as well as the growth, changes and developments in the field of technology and in the needs of our clientele.

Yet one thing remains the same – the importance of the close-working partnerships which we share with our clients, their ultimate success and our ability to always deliver the PAM FACTOR.

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GREEK WINE ROADS TEAM

Welcome to PAM TOURS, your invaluable Greek Connection, experience the PAM FACTOR and now, explore the historic Greek Wine Land and its unique wines, with our specialized team of wine experts!
Since our establishment in 1981, PAM TOURS has long been synonymous with superior service and excellence, efficient and innovative solutions, striving to bring unsurpassed knowledge and added value to our clients.

Today, over 30 years later, PAM TOURS remains in the forefront of the DMC landscape, providing improved services which continue to generate confidence in our customers. Meet and greet, transfer and transport, accommodate, find restaurants and conference venues, experience activities, excursions, themed events, and gala dinners through PAM TOURS and now, experience unique wine tours, discover the great Greek wine land and taste the new wines of Greece, exploring some of the most “top obscure” and historic wines of the whole wine world. Feel confident in the hands of our team of wine experts; let the magic of the Greek vineyard and its wines to carry you to the best wine trip you made ever and meet the captivating Greek cuisine, the real mother of the Mediterranean gastronomy.

Through our extensive network of associate offices throughout Greece and our 4 local braches in Crete, Mykonos, Santorini and Rhodes (Corfu) we can provide instantaneous and effective assistance. We keep abreast of the continuously evolving industry, as well as the growth, changes and developments in the field of technology and in the needs of our clientele.

Yet one thing remains the same – the importance of the close-working partnerships which we share with our clients, their ultimate success and our ability to always deliver the PAM FACTOR.

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GREEK VINEYARDS

The Greek vineyard is one of the most ancient and most historic in the world, while, at the same time, it is appropriate for alternative crops (organic, biodynamic etc) and makes use of the most modern wine producing methods. One of its big advantages is its native grape varieties although there are international ones too.

In Greece’s mainly Mediterranean climate, the Greek vineyard stretches over almost the whole country, continental or insular. The element of water, and mainly the sea, benefits it, its geological characteristics vary while its altitude exceeds one kilometer, with the semi-mountainous and mountainous vineyards  prevalent in many places. The native grape varieties, the terroirs of the Greek vineyard and their characteristics create the amplitude of the range of Greek wine, determining their diversity and satisfying modern wine lovers. These vineyards are mountainous and semi-mountainous, coastal, continental and volcanic.

In the Greek vineyard mountainous and semi-mountainous vineyards are prevalent, on slopes or in plateaus (entirely or at some parts, in Amynteo, Zitsa, Metsovo, Mantinea, Achaea, Samos, Nemea, Peza, Cephalonia, Rapsani and elsewhere). Most  PDO zones of the country are in mountainous and semi-mountainous terroirs. Their altitude benefits Greece’s arid climate, lowering the temperature and assuring there is water and air to cool the vines while intensifying the absorption of solar radiation (on slopes).

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GREEK VINEYARDS

The Greek vineyard is one of the most ancient and most historic in the world, while, at the same time, it is appropriate for alternative crops (organic, biodynamic etc) and makes use of the most modern wine producing methods. One of its big advantages is its native grape varieties although there are international ones too.

In Greece’s mainly Mediterranean climate, the Greek vineyard stretches over almost the whole country, continental or insular. The element of water, and mainly the sea, benefits it, its geological characteristics vary while its altitude exceeds one kilometer, with the semi-mountainous and mountainous vineyards  prevalent in many places. The native grape varieties, the terroirs of the Greek vineyard and their characteristics create the amplitude of the range of Greek wine, determining their diversity and satisfying modern wine lovers. These vineyards are mountainous and semi-mountainous, coastal, continental and volcanic.

In the Greek vineyard mountainous and semi-mountainous vineyards are prevalent, on slopes or in plateaus (entirely or at some parts, in Amynteo, Zitsa, Metsovo, Mantinea, Achaea, Samos, Nemea, Peza, Cephalonia, Rapsani and elsewhere). Most  PDO zones of the country are in mountainous and semi-mountainous terroirs. Their altitude benefits Greece’s arid climate, lowering the temperature and assuring there is water and air to cool the vines while intensifying the absorption of solar radiation (on slopes).

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GREEK WINE, CULTURE, CIVILIZATION, GASTRONOMY & HISTORY


Greek wine, culture, civilization, gastronomy

The Greek vineyard is one of the most ancient and most historic in the world, while, at the same time, it is appropriate for alternative crops (organic, biodynamic etc) and makes use of the most modern wine producing methods. One of its big advantages is its native grape varieties although there are international ones too.

In Greece’s mainly Mediterranean climate, the Greek vineyard stretches over almost the whole country, continental or insular. The element of water, and mainly the sea, benefits it, its geological characteristics vary while its altitude exceeds one kilometer, with the semi-mountainous and mountainous vineyards  prevalent in many places. The native grape varieties, the terroirs of the Greek vineyard and their characteristics create the amplitude of the range of Greek wine, determining their diversity and satisfying modern wine lovers. These vineyards are mountainous and semi-mountainous, coastal, continental and volcanic. In the Greek vineyard mountainous and semi-mountainous vineyards are prevalent, on slopes or in plateaus (entirely or at some parts, in Amynteo, Zitsa, Metsovo, Mantinea, Achaea, Samos, Nemea, Peza, Cephalonia, Rapsani and elsewhere). Most  PDO zones of the country are in mountainous and semi-mountainous terroirs. Their altitude benefits Greece’s arid climate…

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Greek wine history

Greek wine history follows the course of Greek history itself since very few nations of the world have the vineyard and wine ‘in their blood’ as the Greeks do,  from prehistoric times until today (based on documents, findings, records etc). Therefore the recording of Greek wine and viticulture history, is probably the longest history in the world, and would require whole books to be narrated. So Greek wine history is inevitably associated with the culture, the economy, the religion, the social and everyday life, but also the places where viticulture, wine production and wine consumption developed, from prehistoric times until today that we are talking about Greece’s modern wines and their “regeneration”- “revolution”.

Greek wine history begins in prehistoric times, with wild grape residues having been found in many parts of Greece and domesticated vines being cultivated since the second half of the fifth millennium BC.  In the Neolithic period, viticulture is introduced to Greece from other countries as well. In the Bronze Age, in the Minoan as well as the Mycenaean civilization, the vineyard and wine already played an important role in everyday life, but also in trade, something that, despite stopping at…

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GREEK GRAPE VARIETIES

There are hundreds of Greek grape varieties. This means that Greek wine production is not limited to a few grape varieties, like in other vineyards of the world. However the Greek vineyard is one of those that not only have many varieties to present, but also very interesting ones. It is also a good host for many international grape varieties as well, starring the classic international ones like Chardonnay, Sauvignon blanc, Cabernet sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah. Either in single varietal wines, blended amongst them, with other foreign ones or with Greek ones, they give interesting and mainly unique results.

Today, when everyone is looking for the different, Greek native grape varieties are the Greek vineyards real treasure for modern wine lovers of the world, offering unique aromas and tastes, which cannot be found in any other vineyard in the world. Off course among the Greek grape varieties there are excellent ones as well as very rare cases, either as far as quality is concerned, either in terms of quantity. Four of these, two white varieties, Assyrtiko (mainly in Santorini island) and Moschofilero (in Mantinia plateau) and two red ones, Agiorgitiko (of Nemea) and Xinomavro, (in Naoussa and Amynteo) are in the first line and Athiri, Vilana, Kydonitsa, Malagousia, Muscat of Alexandria, Debina, Roditis, Robola, Savatiano (white) and  Kotsifali, Limnio, Mavrodafni, Mavrotragano and Mavroudi (red) follow.

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