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‘Taste of Helsinki’ is a must for those who enjoy big open air events and the taste of authentic regional food accompanied by great entertainment. This four-day-long event is a boutique picnic; an enjoyable journey through the flavours of the city that takes place in June in the centre of Helsinki. It brings together Helsinki’s best restaurants, famous chefs, great drinks, the best food from around Finland and live music.

Only once a year, you have a chance to explore unique wine cellars hidden underground of a historical town of Trnava. This "Little Rome", located only 50 kms from Bratislava, is known for abundance of churches and medieval atmosphere. What a good spot to enjoy good wine!

The Tokaj region is famous for its delicious sweet wine, typical for Slovakia and Hungary. A good time to taste the best Tokaj wine is at the end of September (25th - 26th) when the village of Čerhov hosts a lively wine festival.

Over the past years the Budapest International Wine Festival has truly come of age and is now one of the most prestigious events of its kind in Hungary.

The Rueda Designation of Origin, although producing white, rosé and red wines, has earned itself a position in the Spanish vinicultural landscape thanks to the white variety Verdejo, the source of the aromatic value of its whites.

Each year in October the town hosts its Grape Harvest Festival (Fiesta de la vendimia) which lasts for a weekend.

The Festa de la Verema takes place during the second weekend of September and includes a whole series of celebratory activities such as the blessing of the first must, treading the grapes, a food and wine fair, crafts stalls, winery tours, wine-tasting courses, competitions, dances, fireworks and many more events over the three days, filling the town with entertainment and promoting the culture of wine-making.

Poboleda celebrates one of the most popular events in the Priorat wine diary: Festa del Vi i la Verema a l’Antiga (the Old Fashioned Wine Harvest Festival), which is planned for mid September every year and is the longest-standing event organized for the Priorat Protected Designation of Origin. 

Cous Cous Fest is the International Festival of Cultural Integration, an important appointment that is renewed for seventeen years, involving in its festive atmosphere all countries of the euro-Mediterranean area.

The most prestigious event of the Mór Wine Region is the Wine Days of Mór. The main attraction of the event is Ezerjó, the most famous wine of the region.

“Drink wine to be healthy”.

Cyprus’s wine capital Lemesos (Limassol) lives up to its reputation as a party town with a wine festival which hosts every year.