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man smiling at the camera and holding a big bottle of champagne at The ‘Louvre of Wine’ Museum
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The ‘Louvre of Wine’ Museum

The ‘Louvre of Wine’ Will Charge Visitors $600 to Behold Its Bottles Michel-Jack Chasseuil, one of the world’s most renowned wine collectors, is opening a museum. Writing for Food & Wine,

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close-up of brunches of ripe olives at the World Olive Tree Day
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World Olive Tree Day

World Olive Tree Day was proclaimed at the 40th session of the UNESCO General Conference in 2019 and takes place on 26 November every year.

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Sustainable Food Destination: Greece

With its organic produce markets, prolific wild herbs and island seafood hauls, Greece is an unintentional leader of the world’s most sustainable food locales. Kalí orexí! (bon appétit!). Greece may not be known worldwide for implementing formal initiatives surrounding sustainable practices, but informally, Greeks have been green for centuries.

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plates with aperitifs from Greece the leader in Gastronomy Tourism
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Greece the leader in Gastronomy Tourism

In recent years, gastronomy tourism has become increasingly popular among tourists from all over the world. When we speak about food travellers, we refer to visitors who travel with the aim of participating in food tourism activities.

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Greece Prepares Agrotourism Strategy

In efforts to diversify the tourist product on offer, the Greek tourism ministry announced this week that it was drafting a new agrotourism plan aimed among others at channeling revenues into local communities as well

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