The cultivated varieties
One of the most important factors that play a key role in the production of quality wines is the same variety of vine. This is definitely the DNA of wine.
The grape is the only product with so many great varieties. Only in Greece can find more than 300 indigenous grape varieties. Course and character of each variety is not always the same but depends on the climate and soil of the region and especially the human factor. So Theophrastus features indicate that since the 4th century BC there were many types of vines and those who were Oenoforos sites!
The varieties grown in our vineyards are indigenous, roditis, Malagouzia, Assyrtiko, Muscat of Alexandria, Savatiano, but in recent years experimented and foreign varieties, Syrah, Merlot.
It is a variety of Spanish origin, cultivated in France, Italy, South Africa, USA and Australia. Cultivated in Greece in Halkidiki, Thessaloniki, Attica, Viotia, Greece...More
It is a variety grown very old in our country, with many names and clones. Particularly is localized in Attica, northern and western Peloponnese...More
This French variety of the region of Bordeaux. Grown in Italy, Switzerland, USA, Chile, etc. Cultivated in Greece in Halkidiki, Thessaloniki, Greece, Boeotia, Drama...More
Cultivated in many parts of the country and is the first in area cultivated wine grape variety. It is a very popular white variety in central Greece and to a lesser extent in the Peloponnese and Macedonia...More
Muscat of Alexandria
He comes from Africa and possibly Egypt. Grown sporadically in the Ionian Islands, Thessaly, Thessaloniki, Drama, Kavala, but mainly in the prefecture of Lesvos...More
Cultivated in France since Roman times, mostly in the Rhone Valley. In our country, except that Chlkidiki protokalliergithike, cultivated in the prefectures of Thessaloniki, Attica, Viotia, Dodecanese... More
It is a white variety of the finest in Greece. Derived from Nafpaktos grown in Achaia and Etoloakarnania. The cultivation gives very good results and in Macedonia (Thessaloniki, Greece)... More
Grown in the Cyclades, especially Santorini and Paros, Naxos. Later, in Chalkidiki and Thessaloniki, and is now grown all over Greece...More