The winery’s history begins in 1986, when the wine producer, Andreas, returned from his education in wine production to his village located in the foothills of the White Mountains called Alikambos.
At 330 meters altitude, the area has one of the lowest rainfalls in Greece, the soil is rich in active materials and there are many slopes facing south. Each vineyard has its own micro-climate, unique soil quality, and grape variety, all of which generate juice of distinctive quality, ideal for wines of character. His own vines are all organic and treated with respect and love for their natural environment. In addition to his own vineyards, it has been Andreas’ practice to also co-operate with dynamic young vine growers in the region.
Vidiano is an indigenous Cretan grape that almost became extinct during the centuries, but producers agree on a tremendous quality potential. Connoisseurs almost have to fight to get access to the minuscule amount of bottles finding their way in the marketplace, so drinking a Vidiano is a challenge by itself. It is a wine that develops its personality beautifully when paired with seafood pasta or charcoal grilled fish.
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