Posts tagged with ‘Central Greece’

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Haniotis Winery, Elatia, Central Greece.

by Cornelius Wesseling
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All about Elatia, Central Greece. The grapes are vinified on the estate with an annual production of 10,000 bottles since 1990. Since 1995 the estate has been under the approval of DIO for its thoroughness of organic cultivation. Haniotis wines are found in specialized biological food stores all over Greece.   Haniotis vineyards are located […]

Argyriou Winery, Parnassos, Delphi, Central Greece.

by Cornelius Wesseling
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At the Vineyards of Parnassus we cultivate the vineyard with great care and respect for the environment. With faith and devotion to the winemaking culture of our country, but also through the usage of modern methods of vinification, we produce quality wines that worthily represent the region. The Argyriou family aims at a stable production […]

Savatiano

by Cornelius Wesseling
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Area grown: Mostly Attica, Evia and Viotia in Central Greece, also to a smaller extend in the Cycladic Islands, Macedonia and Peloponnese. Quick Fact File: Savatiano is the most widely planted indigenous Greek grape variety. It has been traditionally used for the production of Retsina. Savatiano is also a popular blending partner for Assyrtiko and Roditis. Today, […]

Vradiano

by Other Contributor
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Vradiano is an extremely rare indigenous red grape grown in Central Greece, including the island of Evia. Like the vast majority of Greek varieties, Vradiano has a healthy number of synonyms, including Bordiano, Bradyano,Vordiano, Vradinia and Vradyano. For full description please see www.winesearcher.com

Central Greece subregions.

by Cornelius Wesseling
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            Please see HERE the Central Greece wineries. Viotia | Fthiotida | Fokida | Evritania | Etoloakarnania CENTRAL GREECE. One of the most mountainous districts of the country, Central Greece lies in the heart of the mainland. It acquired its name – Sterea Ellada (firm) after 1821 since it constituted the only clearly continental portion of the newly […]

Thivaiki Ghi, Thebes, Central Greece.

by Cornelius Wesseling
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All about Thebes, Central Greece. Production of authentic, quality wines guided by modern tastes and sense of harmony. Harnessing the potential of the region and its vineyards, systematically investing in manpower and equipment. Maintaining an excellent relationship quality – price of its wines. Create sincere and beneficial relationship with their partners. Emergence of wine as […]

Samartzis Domaine, Boeotia, Central Greece.

by Cornelius Wesseling
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All about Boeotia, Central Greece. Domaine Samartzis is a family owned business located in Ascra, a small village at the slopes of Helicon mountain in Boeotia Greece. Ascra is the birth place of one of the greatest ancient oral poets Hesiod, with a 2000 years tradition in vine cultivation and wine making. Pausanias traveler & geographer […]

La Tour Melas, Fthiotis, Central Greece.

by Cornelius Wesseling
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All about Fthiotis, Central Greece. Nestled on the side of a valley, on clay limestone soil, at 300 meters altitude, the area is sloped South East. This allows the sea breeze to cool the vines during the day, while the rocky terrain keeps the vines warm at night, thus creating an ideal micro-climate. Uncompromising standards result in […]

INO Wines, Thebes, Central Greece.

by Cornelius Wesseling
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All about Thebes, Central Greece. In the heart of the Greek vineyard, Viotia- homeland of Dionysos, God of wine- INO with the knowledge and the desire of her people, converts into quality wine the grapes of the 3705 acres of vineyards of the larger region. INO is the fastest growing winemaking company in Greece, using […]

Mouson Domaine, Boeotia, Central Greece

by Cornelius Wesseling
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All about Boeotia, Central Greece. At the north-west of Athens, in the region of Boeotia, lies the Valley of the Muses, formed on the slopes of Mount Helicon by the short course of the river Permissos on its way to the sea. In ancient times, the idyllic scenery of the valley was home of the […]