The land of brilliance
Makedonia in Northern Greece is the melting pot where western humanism meets eastern spirituality, where European realism meets Mediterranean sensuality. It is the meeting point of the enduring currency of Greek thought and the technological progress essential to the western lifestyle. Indeed a special land steeped in toil and struggles, but also the birthplace of outstanding men as Alexander the Great and Aristotle, the cradle of unique civilization that marked the Balkans, Europe, the whole of the world.
The long-standing viticultural tradition can also make Macedonia proud. Many ancient Greek cities, like Pella, Sindos and Pydna, were famous for their excellent wines. Archaeological findings like the Makedonian crater (340 B.C.), which inspired the design of the Makedonian wine bottles, bear witness to a lengthy wine-growing tradition in this area.
Today, we manage manage almost 570 hectares of vineyards in several locations that carry a distinctive winemaking tradition of thousands of years, offering grapes and wines highly esteemed among the wine lovers all around the world. The area stands out for great reds based mostly on Xinomavro, but also other local varieties as Moschomavro.
A map of the vineyards in the rest of Makedonia region: