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Grape harvest..Nemea, Corinthia, Peloponnese, Greece..©Spyros Catramis/IML Image Group.. *** Local Caption *** Much of the wine drinking culture in Europe comes from the early Greek settlers. Home to Dionysus, the God of Wine, Greece has long touted the virtues of drinking wine. With over 400 indigenous varieties, you won't find many Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay wines, although the grapes do grow here and are occasionally blended. The climate of Greece is good for growing grapes, with very warm summers and little rainfall. The two main larger grape-growing regions are Macedonia and Peloponnese. The most popular red of Peloponnese is Agiorgitiko, which can make both dry and sweet, port-like wines. Here is the different processes of the wine making : from the harvest until the "degustation"...