Brothers Stamatis and Antonios Mylonas oversee this third-generation (founded 1917) self-described ‘micro-winery’, a boutique domaine of twelve hectares situated in the red clay-limestone of Keratea, Attica. This region has been the historical engine for bulk retsina production, and the dominant variety, Savatiano (Greece’s most planted by hectarage) has consequently suffered a poor reputation, but the Mylonas brothers’ beautiful old bushvines yield wines of true concentration, character, finesse, and pedigree.


Farming Practice:
Practicing Organic