The winery, situated in northwestern Peloponnese, was established by Constantine Antonopoulos, in 1987. A pioneer winemaker, Antonopoulos was a believer in French varietals, although he experimented with local, rare varietals. In 1994, he tragically lost his life in a car accident. Today, his legacy is alive and well. The white wines from international varietals such as Chardonnay have been compared to Grand Cru Burgundies. Furthermore some of the blended whites have a great appeal on the international scene, especially Germany and the UK. Meanwhile, the red wines are proof of the capability of fine winemaking in Greece. The top range “Nea Dris” (New Oak), is a fantastic blend of the two Cabernet grapes; a dead ringer of Bordeaux.
30 hectares (74 acres). 500,000 bottles.