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“Wine Games” Scuba Diving and Wine Tasting

“Wine Games” Scuba Diving and Wine Tasting

Discover the underwater wine cellar of the Domaine Agrovision winery, which is located in front of the Alexandros Palace Hotel & Suites, in Tripiti, Halkidiki, and choose your own bottle of wine or ask the diving professionals to pick a bottle of wine for you.
The underwater conditions arrange a completely different taste, since the lack of oxygen under water does not allow the wine to do the fermentations that would have taken place in air conditions, thus creating a special and unique taste, since the permeability of the cork allows from slightly to no external factors to affect the wine.
That is why it is recommended that the wine should stay out of the bottle for at least ten minutes before consuming it. Are you ready to taste?
Then follow us to Xerxe’s throne, where in an astonished scenery surrounded by Akanthios gulf, Ammouliani island and Mount Athos, we will try excellent quality local wine (7 labels), combined perfectly with local delicacies.
*Extra tips: Scuba Diving is suitable for beginners and more experienced divers!
*Highlights: A mild Mediterranean climate with an average water temperature of 14 C – 28 C, barely sediments in the sea, crystal clear waters, the presence of coral colonies and rich biodiversity, compose a unique diving destination. An absolutely safe diving area as sea currents range from mild to non-existent while visibility in the water exceeds 30 meters!
*Cultural and history tips: We will be informed about the Akanthios Wine. Which was a brand name in antiquity, as well as for the history of the area.

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When you start a trip, you do not just plan a route, you get involved in the five senses of the place you are visiting. Perfumes, images, local gastronomy, customs and traditions. In the end you change because you experienced something different. Let's start a journey together P. Markogiannaki Founder at Aristotle’s Paths

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