You can find on this page the Greece wine map to print and to download in PDF. The Greece wine regions map presents the vineyards and wine growing areas of Greece in Europe.

Greece wine map

Maps of Greece vineyards

The Greece wine map shows all wine growing areas of Greece. This wine regions map of Greece will allow you to easily localize all appellations and main grape varieties in Greece in Europe. The Greece vineyards map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Wines whose labels include the names Mantinia, Amyndeo or Nemea can be good examples. Mountainous areas in Nemea range between 250m to over 1,000m above sea level as its mentioned in Greece wine map. Not only do they give rise to variations in wine styles, but they also offer amazing views as one drives through the terrain on sometimes perilous tracks.

Greece has many regions, but they can all essentially be divided up into four primary climatic zones as you can see in Greece wine map: Northern Greece – Wet: Epirus, Macedonia and Thrace, Aegean Islands – Arid: Mediterranean Islands (Santorini, Samos, Límnos, etc.), Central Greece – Modulating Mediterranean: Central Greece, Thessaly, and Attica, Southern Greece – Stable Mediterranean: Crete, Peloponnese, and Kefalonia.

In Macedonia, mainly red wines are being produced from the Xinomavro grape variety, the Naoussa was the first appellation created in1971 followed by the Goumenissa and the Amynteo appellations. The Ionan Islands as its shown in Greece wine map propose interesting wines in the appellations of Robola of Cephonia, Mavrodaphne of Cephalonia and Muscat of Cephalonia. The main local grape varieties are the Avgoustiatis for red wines and Robola and Tsaoussi for fresh white wines. The large Nemea appellation is in the east offering a variety of terroirs. A well represented grape there is the Agiorgitiko variety. Pátras in the north has white wine producing vineyards with the appellations Mavrodaphne of Patras, Muscat of Patras and Muscat of Rio Patras.