Our winery is located in the very heart of the Peloponnese’s wine region, in the municipal district of Archaies Kleones (ancient Cleonae), Nemea, alongside the Corinth-Tripoli National Highway. It lies within the PDO Nemea winegrowing zone, Greece’s largest one, and is located just 50 km away from the PDO Mantinia winegrowing zone, Greece’s second largest. In the old days, the area was called “Kontostavlos”. The imposing Fokas Hill location is to the northwest of the winery, whereas the ruins of the acropolis of the ancient town of Cleonae rise northeast of the winery. What is more, the ruins of the Temple of Hercules, a monument commemorating Hercules’ killing of the Nemea lion, the hero’s first and greatest labor, are all to be found between those two landmarks, right at the Lafazanis estate border.
Bright red color with purple reflections, inviting aromas of red fruits –cherries and plums, with black pepper notes. Good body with soft and round tannins and an exceptional finish.
Pale-yellow color. Flavors of white fruit, on the palate it appears balanced with good acidity and long lasting aftertaste.
Pale straw color with green hues. Rich fruit and floral aroma typical of the variety, balanced taste and a lingering finish.