Our Wines

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.
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The wines of Lafkiotis Winery from Ancient Kleonai, Nemea, Greece: Agionimo, Moschofilero and Agiorgitiko-Syrah.

The wines of Lafkiotis Winery from Ancient Kleonai, Nemea, Greece: Agionimo, Moschofilero and Agiorgitiko-Syrah.

Haroula Spinthiropoulou of Argatia tending her vines in Naoussa, northern Greece.

Haroula Spinthiropoulou of Argatia tending her vines in Naoussa, northern Greece.

The wines of Argatia from Naoussa, in northern Greece: Xinomavro, Argatia Red and Argatia White.

The wines of Argatia from Naoussa, in northern Greece: Xinomavro, Argatia Red and Argatia White.

Roditis grapes---this clone is called Alepou or the Fox for its rosy pink color.  This varietal makes a delicious white wine.

Roditis grapes---this clone is called Alepou or the Fox for its rosy pink color. This varietal makes a delicious white wine.

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.

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.

Greek Terroir: ancient ruins + modern vineyards.

Greek Terroir: ancient ruins + modern vineyards.

Winemaker Elias Bizios monitoring his barrels.

Winemaker Elias Bizios monitoring his barrels.

Estate Anastasiou Malvasia

Estate Anastasiou Malvasia

Estate Anastasiou Agiorgitiko Rose

Estate Anastasiou Agiorgitiko Rose


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