Extremely poor in nutritious soil, incomparably rich in history, long hot summers, short popularity of it’s well hidden treasure indigenous grapes.
This is a region with uninterrupted wine production for more than 3.000 years.

The local grapes here, with a couple of imported ones, have really adapted to the cuisine that throughout history mainly consists of sea food, coming from the surrounding archipelagos.
A bottle of well chilled local white, on a summer day under the ever blue Attican sky is an experience of joy like no other!

Attica was supplying the city of Athens with wine for thousands of years and nowadays with the new generation of producers is giving some extremely tasty and gastronomical small gems of Great Art!

Typical sharp light, deep blue sky and tender young vines!
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