The Greek Wineries

All our Greek wines are imported directly from small independent Greek wineries in Greece. Those are wineries making wine with passion. 

All the wines are made in Greece with some very rare and PGI varieties that can be found only in Greece and at Dionysos Cellars Greek wine wholesaling distributor. 

You can view more details about the lovely Greek wineries by clicking bellow. 

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Ktima Britziki -ABELON 

Location: Ancient Olympia

Ktima Brintziki it’s located in the western Peloponnese, nearby the village Lantzoi in Ancient Olympia, birthplace of the Olympic Games and one of the most sacred places of ancient Greece.

in 1994 Brintziki’s Family, established the winery. The vision is to create unique wines which are defined by the special characteristics of the region, famous for its vineyards. The clay soils, enriched with the moisture of the local Rivers and Creeks creates an ideal microclimate.

Indigenous varieties that thrive in Ancient Olympia are Roditis, Tinaktorogos, Malagouzia, Fileri, Assyrtiko (white varieties) and Augoustiatis, Agiorgitiko and Merlot (red varieties).

Ktima Brintziki’s vineyards are organically cultivated by centuries old traditional manner.

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Ktima Petriessa 

Location: Aylida, Evoia

In the Homeric years on the east side of Boeotia, 2 small towns flourished, Mykalisos - today's Ritsona - and, in the southern Evian gulf just opposite Chalkida, Avlida. The area is characterized by a long wine tradition.

In this area, the great love for good wine and the long family tradition in viticulture led two friends, the civil engineer George Leontaris and the viticulturist Lefteris Livaditis, to create the Petriesa Estate.

Thus, in the viticultural zone of Ritsona and at an altitude of 200-220 meters, the privately owned vineyard of the Petriesa estate flourishes, covering an area of ​​65 acres of old vineyard (over 50 years old) and 150 acres of newly planted vineyards. agricultural practice.

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Kanakaris Winery 

Location: Aigio, Peloponnese

As throughout Greece, in Aigialeia, viticulture goes back to prehistoric times.


Further to ancient written testimonies (e.g. Pausanias) but also monuments of nature existing in the area that are associated with vine cultivation (e.g. Pausanias’ vines), the largest and best evidence of the region's long-standing engagement with the vine and the winemaking are the indigenous varieties of the region. Though some of them are extinct, others still exist, they are unique and are home to this part of the earth.

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Akriotou Microwinery 

Location: Evoia

Akriotou Microwinery is a small independent winery producing limited capacity Greek wines. The Greek varieties Savvatiano, Assyrtiko and Malagouzia are cultivated here and the French Syrah, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Pinot Noir comes from a cooperating vineyard in the mountainous Aegialia at an altitude of 700 m.

The winery offers, along with others an amazing range of wines called the Blender. This includes red, white, rose and a sparkling wine. 

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