The Winery was built in 1970 and along with the Vineyards, set a milestone in the Greek wine industry. Its location in a valley was chosen to be invisible to the passer, both from the road and the sea, thereby protecting the beauty of the landscape. It is also worth mentioning the extremely significant contribution of the father of modern wine-making, University of Bordeaux Professor Emile Peynaud, who assisted in developing the first “Greek” Cabernet Sauvignon. Ideally adapted to the chalky and schistose soils of the Domaine, allows this variety to achieve great heights internationally, winning coveted awards, prizes and medals.
The design and selection of the Winery location at the centre of the Vineyard helps in the fast delivery and process of grapes, aiming at maintaining their quality dynamics and to avoid oxidation.