What is Oenorama?
Simply the greatest Greek wine event of the year, a wine exhibition with wineries from all over Greece, whose owners and oenologists attend in person to present their wines and meet their valued customers. All of Greece’s star wineries are present at Oenorama. Although Greek wines predominate, Oenorama also hosts wines from other countries, usually through their importers. Oenorama caters to anyone who loves wine and knows how to consume it responsibly.

Who organises Oenorama?
Oenorama is organised by Vinetum, a wine communication company and event organiser. Other events organised by Vinetum focus on sparkling wines and sweet wines (Afros & Nectar), on rosé wines (Drink Pink), on wines from specific wine producing regions such as the Aegean Islands, on Fine Red Wines, on Greek craft beers (Zythognosia-Athens Craft Beer Expo) and on Greek Spirits. Vinetum also organize Greece’s only international extra virgin olive oil competition, Athena.

Why should I visit Oenorama?
There is simply no other show in the world with so many Greek wines on display at the same time. Whether you are a seasoned trader in Greek wines or looking to discover Greek wine and taste the so-called “Greek Wine Renaissance”, Oenorama is the fair for you.

What’s happening with Covid-19?
This year there is a restriction on the total number of persons present at the same time within the exhibition hall. Therefore, everyone (including trade visitors) wishing to visit Oenorama must purchase in advance their entry ticket for one or more specific sessions as follows:
Saturday 12/3: 10:00 – 14:00 & 15:00 – 19:00
Sunday 13/3: 10:00 – 14:00 & 15:00 – 19:00
Monday 14/3: 10:00 – 14:00 & 15:00 – 19:00

Entry to all morning sessions and Monday’s afternoon session costs €12 (students: €7).
Entry to the weekend’s afternoon session costs €15 (students: €12).
Α 3-day Pass allowing free entry to all sessions is available for €30.
Tickets can be purchased through Viva.gr or at the show entrance depending on availability.

Who will I see and what will I taste?
There are about 250 Greek and international wineries taking part in Oenorama and the show is sold-out. At each stand you can taste whichever wine draws your attention, then discuss it with the producer, oenologist or other staff. The exhibition catalogue (this year only digital for smartphone) details all wines present at the show (in both Greek and English), i.e. more than 2,000 labels. Obviously, it is impossible to taste every single one. We suggest you prepare your visit by exploring our web site, especially the dynamic search engine of all wines and exhibitors.

What do I need to know that will help me taste better inside the exhibition?
Whether one is a proficient wine taster or not, there are certain principles of good conduct that one should know and adhere to when visiting a show like Oenorama. The large number of visitors (up to 10,000 people over the three day period) means that all must show respect to both the winemaker/exhibitor serving us and the person standing next to us.

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