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Description to P.D.O. Goumenissa (O.P.A.P.) / Γουμένισσα
Appellation northwest of Thessaloniki in the southwest of the Kilkis district in the Greek region Macedonia, After the majority of the vineyards were destroyed by the one in 1917 phylloxera there was an upswing only from the 1970s. The winery made a decisive contribution to this Boutari through the national and international distribution of wines, as well as the successful efforts of OPAP classification in 1979 at. The vineyards cover around 320 hectares of vineyards mostly facing east at the foot of the Paiko (1,650 m). They must be over 150 meters above sea level, so another 250 hectares may not use the name. The maritime continental climate is characterized by warm summers and cool winters.