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Today, in the settlement of Plomari, Lesvos, in the ultra-modern, privately-owned Barbayannis ouzo production facilities, technology is combined with history and tradition.
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Domaine Costa Lazaridi is the life’s work of Costa Lazaridi. His winery in Adriani, Drama was founded in 1992 and named “Chateau Julia” in honor of his lovely wife.
The House of Kourtakis is a family wine-making business that dates back to 1895. It was founded by Vassilis Kourtakis (1865-1946), who was the first person in Greece to obtain a diploma in oenology.
Idaia winery is a family company whose members have obtained remarkable achievements thanks to their knowledge, experience and love for wine production.
1894 marks the beginning of the big quest of Isidoros Arvanitis, the persistent perfectionist from Plomari, who searches tirelessly to find the ideal materials in order to create the perfect recipe for Ouzo.
The Winemaker Apostolos Mountrichas sailed to Messaria in Santorini in 2012, where he launched the Santorini wines, Dolphins, Afoura and Grace.
Estate Chrisohoou was founded in 1977 by Kimis Chrisohoou and his wife Betty with 10 hectares in the Strantza Naoussas region of Greece.
LOEL LTD was founded in 1943 and it was the first winery in Cyprus that was organized in the form of public company having thousands of shareholders, who in their majority were viticulturists.
The Patsakis family distillery is located in the village of Prinias where they grow the grape varieties Sultani, Tahta, Liatiko and Kotsifali.
Olympic Brewery S.A. is a purely Greek and fast evolving company that was set up in January 2010.
The Company “Psyche” is a traditional, family owned company, constantly developing, with an export character. Modern packaging capacity that can respond increasingly to the needs of a larger market greater than that of Greece.
Stylianos Skandalis is the producer of Nama Byzantino one of the few wines recommended by the Greek Orthodox clergy to be used as a communion wine.