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Mylonas Winery O.E.

3 Ippokratous St, 19001 Keratea Attica
Greece
Telephone +30 22 99068156
Fax +30 22 99068256
info@mylonas-wines.gr

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ProWein 2020 hall map (Hall 17): stand D117

Fairground map

ProWein 2020 fairground map: Hall 17

Contact

STAMATIOS MYLONAS

Phone
+302299068156

Email
info@mylonas-wines.gr

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Exhibitor Categories

  • 02  Exporter

Exporter

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  wines from Europe
  • 01.01.07  wines from Greece
  • 01.01.07.08  wines from Mittelgriechenland

wines from Mittelgriechenland

Our products

Product category: wines from Mittelgriechenland

WINE

P.G.I ATTIKI -INDIGENOUS GREEK VARIETIES

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About us

Company details

Back in 1917 we begun to cultivate the Attica land and to make wine in Amphora made of clay.
Our vineyards extended over the years and a small winery was built in order to fulfill our needs for production of regional wine and please our desire for evolution.
At the beginning of this century the third generation of the family is to continue this beautiful story. Our new modern boutique winery , succorer of the creation of high quality wines, was built in order to serve the needs that are always increasing.
Our goal is always to promote the Attica’s vineyard and especially the unique variety of Savatiano. Looking back we send a smile to the clay amphora and gaze the future with excitement...

Vineyard - Attica land

12 hectares of vineyards In Lavreotiki are being scattered planted mainly with Savatiano but also with Assyrtiko, Malagousia, Aidani, Agiorgitiko, Limniona, Mandilaria, CabernetSauvignion and Merlot.

The soil is mainly sandy clay over limestone but you can also meet some sites with schist or gravel. The vineyards are located from 80 to 220m above the sea level. The traditional bush vines of Savatiano are of average, 50 years old. The yield is 30hl/ha.

The climate is Mediterranean. The summer breezes are cooling the peninsula of Lavreotiki creating the ideal conditions for viticulture

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