The Peloponnese, located at the southernmost tip of the Balkan Peninsula, is a hilly territory separated into two primary vine-growing districts by the ranges that run across it. One region encompasses the center and northern sections, with Mantinia and Nemea serving as the main winemaking hubs. The second region is represented by the western half, which runs from the northern slopes of Mount Panachaiko (between Egio and Patras) to the Ionian Sea coast down to Messinia. Achaia in the north and Ilia and Messinia in the south are its main vine-growing regions.... Read more.
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