Growing Conditions

Sandy loam soil, typical of the Mantineia plateau where the Agiorgitika village is located.

Cold and humid winters with low temperatures and often rainfalls and snowfalls. Summers are cold and with few showers during June. Grapes mature later than other regions due to its unique microclimate.

Cold and humid winters with low temperatures that rarely drop below the freezing point. Summers are warm, without excessively high temperatures and with few showers during June. Typically, a long Indian type autumn follows the summer. The warm September days with significantly colder nights and the dry conditions synthesize an ideal weather pattern for a good maturation. The total rain precipitations (600-700mm annually) occur mainly between October and March.

An old fasioned vineyard of more than 25 years old still produces very healthy and aromatic grapes of Moschofilero. The plateau is based at an altitude of 800 m.


At 700m altitude the vineyards located on the hillsides thrive in relatively low temperatures and provide MONOGRAPH MOSCHOFILERO with its aromatic intensity and acidity, required to create this fresh and pleasant wine.

The winery was built in 1997 at the heart of the private vineyard in Koutsi, Nemea at an altitude of 550m. Our winery in Koutsi is housed in a contemporary industrial building with magnificent views of the plains of Nemea and the valley of Asopos River, around 350m below. Its capacity is 3,060 hectoliters while its production equipment and the high-quality control systems offer to the oenologist every state-of-the-art instrument for a vertical production of high quality wines.


Aromas of roses dominate the glass from the first moment you smell it.


It shares “mountainous” acidity which offers multiple tastes.

Food Pairing

White or red meat, chicken, seafood, pasta, dessert, fruits, sweet bites and chocolate, when they are paired with the correct wine, can offer a unique and intense gastronomical experience.