Arcadia, Greece - A distinct wine region in an outstanding wine country
By taking advantage of the ecosystem of Arcadian land we set our moschofilero vineyards at an altitude of 750 metres. These 500 hectares of moschofilero vines have been the core of PDO Mantinia vineyards since 1971.
The very special microclimate of Mantinia growth is what makes this variety differ compared to other varieties grown in Peloponnese. Thus, the “fileri” which is cultivated throughout Peloponnese turns into moschofilero in Mantinia, an important producer of premium white wines with a special aroma and flavour obtained thanks to the low temperature of the location and the late ripening. The wine we get from moschofilero vines is a “blanc de gris”, a white wine from grey grapes. It is a genuine offspring of the Ancient Arcadia vineyard, also called “the Kapnios wine of Arcadia” according to the historian and traveller Theophrastus. It is a crisp, refreshing white wine while its rosy flavour alludes to a fusion of gewurztraminer and muscat grapes.
Marmarias from “ Marmarias” Single Vineyard Aromatic character of great complexity with varied aromas reminiscent of apricot, nectarine and pineapple, accompanied by a particularly rich, balanced, mouthfeel.
Nemea - Driopi ClassicVineyardDry red wine Protected Designation of Origin Nemea The privetaly owned vineyard of 8,5 hectares lies at the greater region of Koutsi (Nemea, Greece) at an altitude of 350 meters. The soil is clay with slopes providing good drainage. Harvesting usually starts in late September and ends in October. Wine and Wine-making Classic red wine vinification. 8-10 months aging in oak barrels. Tasting Notes Ready to drink upon release, it features generous aromas of red fruit and dried nuts, with a long, velvety finish. Can be cellared for an additional 3 to 5 years. Grape Variety 100% Agiorgitiko Wine Production 40.000 bottles
Dilofos Dry red wine Protected Geographical Indication Arcadia Vineyard From the privately owned vineyards at Kokkinomylos and Avlotopi (Arcadia, Greece), on the hillsides at the foot of Mount Parnon at an altitude of 750 meters. Harvest takes place in mid-September (Merlot) and early October (Cabernet Sauvignon).
Kokkinomylos Dry red wine Protected Geographical Indication Arcadia Vineyard From the privately owned vineyard at Kokkinomylos (Tegea, Arcadia, Greece), located on a hillside with a north-west orientation and clay-rocky soil at an altitude of 750 meters. The low yield per stremma and late harvesting result in ripe and aromatic grapes.