The winery is situated on the fertile valley of Serres that is being crossed by river Strymon and surrounded by five mountains. It is built on a hill, on the outskirts of Mountain Menoikion gazing east to the mountain Paggaion, south to the mountain Kerdillion and west to the mountain Dysoron & Belles.
This land has been inhabited since 5000 B.C. due to the excellent weather conditions. The sea breeze coming from Ancient Amfipolis during the day and the cool breeze coming from the mountain Menoikion during the night create a combination that constitutes the special microclimate of the region. There are plenty of historical references to the famous products of this region in ancient times.
The wine cellar has a size of 300m2 and is well equipped with the latest machinery, absolutely vital for the grapes high quality vinification process. Using inox containers and only steam for cleaning and sterilization, the winery maintains the natural quality of its products.
In the basement there is a cellar especially designed for wine ageing. Below ground level, under stable conditions of temperature and humidity, the wines mature in Balkan oak barrels. The use of Balkan oak from specially selected oak trees preserves the authenticity, the local character and uniqueness of the final product. The people of the estate carefully select the wood whose quality will enhance and unveil the character of their wines.
The interior design and decoration of the cellar has been made with natural materials coming from the region, using pebble from the river Strymon and locally used traditional red bricks.
The winery has a chemical laboratory, made for quality control and research, very well equipped for scientific observation and quality assurance of the production process. In this laboratory, the level of maturity of the grapes is observed up until the harvest, the progress of the vinification process is recorded and quality analysis of the must is conducted. The behavior of our wines is also registered throughout the ageing and experiment with different methods, always aiming at improving the production processes from a scientific point of view.