Nestor Winery

In 1954, eight hundred winegrowers of Messinia joined forces to form a cooperative in the winegrowing and winemaking sector. For its times, the “Nestor Agricultural and Winemaking Cooperative of Messinia” was as unique as it was pioneering. The goal of the cooperative was to absorb and showcase its members’ winegrowing production. For its emblem and symbol,[…]


Filéri is a polyclonal cultivar grown throughout the Peloponesse region in Greece, particularly in the Arkadia province in the central and eastern Peloponnese. The various clones of the cultivar produce white (Fileri), red (Mavrofilero) and pink (Moschofilero) grapes. Filéri exhibits an intense, easily recognizable fragrance and produces dry white wines. Moschofilero is the most well-known[…]


Sklava is rare – and until recently almost forgotten – white-skinned grape variety, grown on the eastern Peloponnese and especially in Argolida – its region of origin – and Nemea. It tends to give fresh and light-bodied white wines with relatively low alcohol and fruity aromas like lemon, pear, and some herbal notes. Sklava used[…]


Kidonitsa is the most acknowledged member of an almost extinct and out-of-the-ordinary group of grape varieties emerging in the last decade out of the region of Laconia, located in the south-east of the Peloponnese. It is a white grape variety, mainly producing white dry wines, but it also plays a part in the blend of the[…]

Zacharias Winery

HISTORY We have been bottling wines since 2002, but our winemaking history goes much farther back. Zacharias Winery Ltd. is one of the most important wineries in Nemea. In recent years, our wines have received continuous distinctions from large international competitions, placing our company among the fastest-growing powerhouses in the field of winemaking. Our company[…]


Aglianico (pronounced [aʎˈʎaːniko], roughly “ahl-YAH-nee-koe”) is a black grape grown in the southern regions of Italy, mostly Basilicata and Campania.The vine originated in Greece and was brought to the south of Italy by Greek settlers. The name may be a corruption of vitis hellenica, Latin for “Greek vine.” Another etymology posits a corruption of Apulianicum,[…]

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