When they arrived here at the foot of Mt. Olympus, the home of those gods, they had very little belongings but they brought with them their many years of received wisdom on the art of great winemaking and even some soil from their old homes, so that the memory of those places would follow them to the new. They were given small land-holdings known as ampelakia, and the industrious refugees set about tending their properties, getting to know each corner of their land and the nuances of every bump and shaded corner.
The great art of winemaking and living in harmony with the land, appreciating what it has to offer and never forcing it too much in the name of short-term gains has been passed down through the generations. It is now this knowledge and dedication to the craft of making excellent wine, stretching back through the mists of time and heritage, which sets our wine apart today.