Greece, the renowned birthplace of Dionysos, the god of wine, has the longest wine production and consumption history in the world, as well as the richest heritage. Greek wine has been produced for more than 4,000 years.
Romania numbers among the few countries in the world that benefits of such favorable conditions for vine growing and wine making, and Romanian wines have undoubtedly achieved important international results during the last years.
The Alentejo makes almost the 50% of Portuguese wine, and is the largest producer of cork in the world. The food and wine culture has deep roots, and the importance given to good food and good wine in this region is just incredible.
Uruguay enjoys the ideal geographical location to excel in the production of fine wines. Situated in the southern hemisphere between the parallels 30 and 35 S, like its fellow wine-producing countries of Argentina, Chile, South Africa, and Australia and New Zealand.