PROPERTY
The vineyards of the Estate are located in the location “Paleos Ampelos” of Tyrnavos. The Greek place name “Paleos Ampelos” which means “Old Vineyard” states that historically the area has always been a place of viniculture. Now the place name identifies the wines of the Estate and “travels” with them to Greece and around the world, carrying the aroma of Tyrnavos to the most important wine markets. The cultivated grape varieties are the French Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, but also the Greek Black Muscat of Tyrnavos and Limniona. Ally in making top quality wines is also the mild continental climate and the good drainage of the soil.
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For many centuries in Greece the viniculture was based on traditional techniques which evolved slowly and passed empirically from generation to generation.

The systematic study of terroir, that is, the sense of place created by the interaction of soils, climate, and topography began in the last four decades.

Since 1997, we try to determine the best way to grow incredible grapes in order to take advantage of the specific terroir of our area, resulting in continuous refinement of our vineyard, as our knowledge and experience increases.

Site Specific Characteristics

"Our philosophy is about allowing each varietal to shine!"

– Dimitris Migas

A premier region
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Tyrnavos is a town in the Larissa regional unit, of the Thessaly region of Greece. The extensive viniculture is considered the main factor in its economic development.
Regarding the history of viniculture and wine-making in the area of Tyrnavos, there are written references from the Byzantine times. In letters of the lord of Western Thessaly, Michael Gavriilopoulos (1295), the special tax on wine and oil is pointed out (Tsopotos, 1896).
The vineyard of Tyrnavos has a total area of about 25.000 acres, of which 15.000 are wine varieties and the predominant “queen” of them is the red one named Black Muscat of Tyrnavos (10.000 acres).

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Tyrnavos is a town in the Larissa regional unit, of the Thessaly region of Greece. The extensive viniculture is considered the main factor in its economic development.

Regarding the history of viniculture and wine-making in the area of Tyrnavos, there are written references from the Byzantine times. In letters of the lord of Western Thessaly, Michael Gavriilopoulos (1295), the special tax on wine and oil is pointed out (Tsopotos, 1896).

The vineyard of Tyrnavos has a total area of about 25.000 acres, of which 15.000 are wine varieties and the predominant “queen” of them is the red one named Black Muscat of Tyrnavos (10.000 acres).

SUSTAINABILITY
As part of the agricultural industry, we fully depend on our surrounding, just as it depends on us. That is why we have invested in new technological equipment that has resulted in the reduction of winery’s carbon footprint to a minimum in recent years, which is something we’re really proud of.
EXPERIENCES

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