Greek Wineries

Greek Wineries

Katogi Averoff

The Katogi Averoff winery is in Metsovo, a mountain village built some 1100 metres above sea-level. The oldest parts of the winery date back to 1973, when work began on a new building required to cover the company’s ever-increasing production needs. Today, after eight separate extensions and renovations, the winery is equipped with all the contemporary equipment required for producing and bottling wine. Its cellars can boast over 1200 oak barrels in which our red wines mature, while the winery shop offers rare and collectible bottles of wine. A guided tour of the winery employs a range of audio-visual media to offer the visitor an original introduction to wine production and the history of the winery, and is rounded off with tastings of a selection of Katogi Averoff wines.


Strofilia winery is focused on white wine production and it is situated in Anavyssos village. Decorated inside and out with works by contemporary Greek artists, it is equipped with dozens of tanks, climatically-controlled storage areas and a separate visitors’ centre where tastings and other wine-related events are held.

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