In the heart of the Peloponnese, in the central eastern part of Arcadia, lies the Mantinia Plateau, which has an average elevation of 660 meters. The oenological zone of Mantinia covers an area of over 1,000 hectares, of which the vast majority is planted with the Moschofilero grape variety.

The climate is characterized by rains and snow in winter, frequent showers and thunderstorms in the summer, and low temperatures, which result in the slow ripening of grapes and a late harvest, usually in mid-October.

The soil is predominantly flat sandy clay, with small hills and inclinations.

The old vines (40-50 years) are planted in cup-shapes, but the new vineyards are linear, mostly arranged in two-sided linear form, with a density of 300 to 450 plants per stremma.