Nemea, the largest viticultural zone in Greece, where one of the finest indigenous red varieties, Agiorgitiko, is produced, and Mantineia, with the exotic, unexpected and full of freshness Moschofilero.
Peloponnese is a mountainous region of Greece, divided into two main viticultural sectors, the central eastern side, containing Nemea and Mantineia and the western side, which includes Achaia, Ilia and Messinia.
In general the prevailing climate in the vineyards of Peloponnese is mild Mediterranean, due to the favorable effect of the sea that surrounds it, and the cool winds from the mountain ranges of the central Peloponnese.
The vineyards are found on the semi-mountainous and mountainous terrains, either on the mountain slopes or on the fomed plateus and valleys.
From these vineyards we carefully select the best grapes from the two most important wine production PDO* areas of Greece, Nemea and Mantineia.
Nemea, been the largest viticultural zone in Greece, where one of the finest indigenous red varieties, Agiorgitiko is produced, whilst Mantineia is offering the supprisingly exotic and fresh notes Moschofilero.
*PDO: Protected Designation of Origin