The MONOGRAPH family brings to wine-lovers a more approachable and friendly side of some of the most exquisite varieties of the Greek and the Mediterranean South.

The coolness of the Arkadian plateau, at 700 m altitude, lends to our Moschofilero the aromatic intensity, we well as the acidity required for the making for this youthful and pleasant wine.

Aromas of rose, typical for Moschofilero, dominate from the very first moment and its ‘‘mountainous’’ acidity gives crispness and a great potential for gustatory associations.

Enjoy it with cuisine of medium to high intensity, or even on its own, as an aperitif.


It consists of a shallow (70-80cm) clay layer that lies upon the lime mother soil with relatively neutral ph. Low organic content, like most of the limestone soils in Greece. On the slopes of the hills where most of the vineyards are located, the soils drain quite well but are exposed to erosion.


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 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.


Owned for 40 years in the semi-mountainous commune KOUTSI in NEMEA, at an altitude of 450-550 m with an intense slope # 15% & N-S.W direction. This vineyard is pruned very strictly in order to reduce its high fertile buds.

For the Monograph Moschofilero we select Moschofilero grapes from the hills surrounding  Nemea. The area yields of our semi-mountainous vineyard at 500 m altitude are relatively low and they never exceed 1,200 kg grapes per acre.


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 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.