The need for closer cooperation between tourism industries and the wine and the launching of concerted actions for better interconnection, highlighted by representatives of the Association of Greek Tourist Enterprises (SETE) and the National Interprofessional Organization of Vine and Wine (EDOAO)…….
In a paramount factor in the emergence of new tourist products, but also improve the experience enjoyed by visitors to our country, highlighted the synergies between the tourism industry and the sectors of the Greek economy and especially that of agri. Indeed from this cooperation, but also syndimourgia new tourism products that will enhance the experience offered, “περνάει” το μέλλον των ελληνικών προορισμών, He stressed the president of the Association of Greek Tourist Enterprises (SETE),Yiannis Retsos, the step of the workshop work entitled "Wine meets tourism".
This is the third thematic workshop SETE work with actors that can contribute towards the enrichment of the tourist product. besides, as pointed out by Mr.. Retsos, with a view to maximizing the experience of our visitors, priority remains the tourism connected with culture and the food industry. Especially, indeed, Strand gastronomy inherent and wine, becoming a factor that puts its own stamp on the identity of each destination.
The institute SETE, as emphasized, He has recognized the importance of Greek wine and already has moved in cooperation with the Greek wine link, always with a view to strengthening cooperation between tourism fermentation and winemaking operations. Downstream, The Marketing Greece will communicate the role of wine as a key part of the tasting experience.
In his speech the Secretary General of Tourism Ministry, George Djwhal, reported that the Greek wine culture and embracing Hellenism, noting that this would be the advantage of Greek companies. The Greek wine is passport abroad, said Evangelos Argyris, president of the National Interprofessional Organization of Vine and Wine, who referred to the large margins that exist for cooperation between tourism industries and Wine. Once the 35 wineries from 250 is visited for the general public, pointed.
On the same wavelength, Christianna Kalogerou, Region of North Aegean, He emphasized that the development of wine tourism passes through drafting strategic planning through regions and the second time with the incorporation of these to the central design ministry.