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The category of Protected Geographical Indication refers to wines with a special indication of geographical origin made from specific varieties. The indication of geographical origin can relate either to an entire geographical region – which, in the case of North Greece, are Epirus, Macedonia and Thrace – or to smaller areas.
The wine producers of the company Wines of North Greece produce wines with different PGIs, depending on the area where each of them is located. Most of them produce wines with labels from the three major geographical regions: white, rose and red PGI Epirotikos; white, rose and red PGI Macedonian; and white, rose and red PGI Thracian.
Together with the three regional PGI wines, the wineries of North Greece, release in the market wines with the following indications:
- white and red PGI Krania
- red PGI Metsovo
- red and rose PGI Ioannina
- white, rose and red PGI Velvento
- white PGI Florina
- white and red PGI Kastoria
- rose and red PGI Siatista
- white and red PGI Imathia
- white, rose and red PGI Pella
- white PGI Mesimvria
- white and red PGI Epanomi
- rose PGI Slopes of Vertiskos
- white and red PGI Thessaloniki
- wite, rose and red PGI Sithonia
- white, rose and red PGI Agioreitikos
- white, rose and red PGI Halkidiki
- white, rose and red PGI Pangeo
- white, rose and red PGI Drama
- white and red PGI Serres
- white and red PGI Ismarikos
- white, rose and red PGI Avdira"

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