Learn about the wines
Much celebrated since antiquity for its exquisite wines, Drama was one of the most important centers of Dionysian worship.
Located in northeast Macedonia, Greece, the region offers ideal microclimates for many international and local varieties which produce multi-awarded wines.
The Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) Drama zone was established in 1995 and in the past 20 years has transformed the region into one of the most important wine making regions of Greece, producing wines that are celebrated and enjoyed all over Europe as well as in the USA, Canada, Australia and China.
Assyrtiko, Roditis, Malagousia, Muscat of Alexandria, Robola, Chardonnay, Sauvignon blanc, Semillion, Trebbiano, Viognier, Agiorgitiko, Lemnio, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Nebbiolo, Refosco, Syrah, Tempranillo
What is a Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) wine?
The European Union ensures the quality of its products through a set of strict requirements and regulations, guaranteeing the standards of all European agricultural products and manufacturing processes.
The EU definition of a Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) product is one closely linked to the geographical area in which it is produced, processed or prepared, and has specific qualities distinctive of that specific geographical area.
Thus, when enjoying a PGI wine, you know that you are enjoying a high quality product, traceable to a specific area of production, produced with the highest standards throughout all stages of its vinification.