T he present reality in tourism sets new priorities in the development agenda of destinations, and reinforces the need to move to alternative models which have to meet the increased demands of modern tourists, always emphasizing on experiences. In this framework, among the various forms of Special Interest Tourism developed, wine tourism constitutes simultaneously (Getz, 2000):
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1st WINETOURISM Congress
14-16 October 2016, Santorini
12 years of continuous presence
in the Greek tourist and convention scene