The Nemea region, which is Greece’s largest wine-growing zone, where it is produced one of the finest indigenous red grape varieties, Agiorgitiko and the Mantineia region with the exotic, unexpected and full freshness Moschofilero.
The Peloponnese is the mountainous region, which is divided into two main wine-growing areas. One is the Central and the eastern side, with key areas of Nemea and Mantineia and another Western region, with main vineyards of Achaea in the North and Ilia and Messinia in the South.
The vineyards of the Peloponnese are an area with mild Mediterranean climate, due to the favorable impact of mass sea of the Gulf of Corinth, as well as cool winds provided by the mountain ranges of Central Peloponnese.
The terroirs are concentrated mostly in hilly and mountainous areas, sometimes in high relief and sometimes in the Highlands and valleys, among mountainous formations.