Wednesday, January 2, 2013


Close to our hotel there are several wineries the most famous of which are presented below. All of them are open to visitors any time of the year. It is a unique experience for wine lovers to walk through their cellars and taste some of the best greek varieties.

Biblia Chora:
Domaine Biblia Chora is situated on the slopes of mount Pangeon at Kokkinochori, Kavala. In 1998, Vassilis Tsaktsarlis and Vangelis Gerovassiliou created a vineyard of biological cultivation which today extends to over 350 acres. 

Welcome to Estate Protopapa
For us the production of wine constitutes holy process which we respected and we serve consequently from 1985. 
Varieties that are cultivated in our vineyards are Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet Frank, Cabernet Sauvignon, Georgina as well as Sauvignon blanc, Chardonnay, Traminer.
“SIMEONIDIS WINERY” has an enviable team-all sharing the same passion for producing quality wine-of university-trained oenologists and experts in viticulture.
“SIMEONIDIS WINERY”  makes wine using grapes from its own vineyard, comprising 7 hectares ( 17.3 acres), and from vineyards owned by local farmers. 
The Company Ampeloeis SA, new in winemaking, was founded in 2006 by the Tsiolas family. Its name means vineyards in Ancient Greek. The family’s aim is to create prestigious and quality wines. To achieve this aim, it chose experienced and reliable partners, led by the internationally recognized
French oenologist Noel Rabot, who has a 40-year experience in reputed wineries abroad.
The company’s fully trained staff ensures the unit’s proper operation, from the raw materials until the final product reaches the consumer. Essentially, Ampeloeis started its course in the world of winemaking in 2008 with the presentation of its two white wines, Folia and Simfonia, participating in the domestic exhibitions Oinotelia 2008, Dionyseia 2009, and Oenos 2009, where consumers enthusiastically embraced our efforts. As a new company, our philosophy is rich in innovation, as we are the first company in Greece to use glass stoppers instead of cork.

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