The vines of Paros lie on the sandy ground of the island. The wine growers prune the vines very low, in order to protect them from the strong northeastern winds. This singular pruning method is called “aplotaria”. In the low part of the island, they cultivate Mandilaria, which is the prevalent red variety of the Aegean sea, while on the highlands they cultivate the white Monemvasia. The two varieties are co-vinificated in a ratio of 1: 2, in order to give a red wine which is distributed as P.D.O. Paros Red, while the vinification of Monemvasia products the white P.D.O. Paros.
An aromatic wine from the mountain Monemvasia on the plots of Lefkes,Thapsana and Stavros. The 5 months aging in oak barrels offers the wine, character, exuberance and unique personality. Its fruity a..
The new venture of Moraitis Estate is an amphora-aged Monemvasia wine. Fruit is sourced from a vineyard in Agioi Anargyroi, which is organically farmed with respect to the cultivating tradition of the..
The one and only red PDO wine produced from a blend of red and white grape variety. It has dark red color with purple hues and nose with emphasis on aromas of ripe red fruit, plum jam, chocolate and c..