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SANTORINI

Since the very first moment of the very first trip, one thing has remained clear to me, something that, over time, hasn’t changed at all: Santorini is the ultimate terroir.

NAOUSSA

My dear friends, it takes time for Naoussa to enchant you… To be precise, it takes 5 hours and 17 minutes, a 330-mile drive from Athens, and the best possible company you can find. One thing’s for certain; no matter how long the trip is, it’s definitely worth it.

MY DAY AT FANTAXOMETOCHO ESTATE by VICTORIA HISLOP

Beneath a bright sky, the grapes were swelling. Huge bunches of fruit peeked out from behind dense foliage, the leaves shining, unblemished, profuse…

ILIANA MALICHIN

If you had to personify Crete, it would be in the form of Iliana Malichin. Strong, beautiful, proud and hospitable, she has, despite her youth, already built up strong roots, and dreams of ways to help her homeland.

KEFALONIA

The PDO varieties Robola, Mavrodafni and Moschato are known worldwide, have a long tradition and play an important role in the culture of the island.

CRETE

Traveling across the island of Crete on a winery-hopping trip can be quite an experience. This large island, better known for its beautiful beaches rather than its wine, holds a lot of surprises for anyone who sets out to discover its wines.

NEMEA THE LAND OF AGIORGITIKO

Arriving in Nemea, one realizes why the ancient Greeks chose this spot to build one of their most important Temples of Zeus.

AVITHOS PREVIEW TAVERNA | FOOD & WINE

Overlooking the beautiful Avithos Beach, the Avithos Preview Taverna cooks for us traditional Cephalonian bourgeto and aliada.

ΑΤΤΙCA

The vineyards of Attica, the largest wine-producing area of Greece, have a tradition in oenology whose origins can be traced back to antiquity.

MANOUSAKIS WINERY

The Manousakis Winery in Crete, Europe’s southernmost point, is proof that regardless of climate, human passion is the real catalyst in the production of great wines.