No. See reply to question 23 below. The criteria are not purely geographical, but historical, traditional, etc.
[Answer 23: The request for the registration of a geographical indication (under Article 104(2) of the Industrial Property Act) must be accompanied by a specification including, in particular: (a) indication to be registered as a geographical indication; (b) indication of the good to which that geographical indication relates; (c) a description of the good including the raw materials and principal physical, chemical, microbiological, organoleptic or other characteristics of the good; (d) indication of location or region, including borders; (e) a description of the method of obtaining the good and, if necessary, the authentic and unvarying local methods; (f) details bearing out the link between the good and the location or region; (g) details of inspection structures; (h) labelling details. The application for registration under the Agriculture Act must contain: identification data of the applicant (name and surname, or name of the company, address of the applicant or the company's headquarters, personal registry number of the applicant or the registry number of the company, tax number), the legal status of the company and in case of a farm, the KMG-MID number; a proposal for the denomination of the agricultural product or foodstuff, including the designation of origin or the geographical indication; a description of the agricultural product or foodstuff, including the raw materials and the principal physical, chemical, microbiological and/or organoleptic characteristics of the product or foodstuff; a definition of the geographic area of production and/or processing; documentation proving that the agricultural product or foodstuff originates from the geographical area, thus justifying direct connection with the geographical area or origin; a description of the method of production or processing of the agricultural product or foodstuff and/or preparation for the market and a description of authentic and unvarying local methods of these exist; internal regulations for labelling; measures and instruments to ensure the prescribed quality; statute of the association.]