Our focus is on wines made from indigenous Greek varietal grapes by small family owned producers and boutique wineries. These winemakers deftly combine a respect for tradition with modern winemaking know-how.
The wines of Lafkiotis Winery from Ancient Kleonai, Nemea, Greece: Agionimo, Moschofilero and Agiorgitiko-Syrah.
Estate Anastasiou Roditis
Greek Terroir: ancient ruins + modern vineyards.
Roditis grapes---this clone is called Alepou or the Fox for its rosy pink color. This varietal makes a delicious white wine.
Estate Anastasiou Malvasia
Estate Anastasiou Agiorgitiko Rose
Greece in Spring
Winemaker Elias Bizios monitoring his barrels.
Agiorgitiko Grapes---the grape that made Nemea famous. Mythology says that the first Agiorgitiko grape vine sprang forth from the drops of blood shed during the first of Herakles' labors: the slaying of the Nemean lion.
The wines of Argatia from Naoussa, in northern Greece: Xinomavro, Argatia Red and Argatia White.