Commitment to sustainable farming
A typical day in Crete
While the Greek economy continues to place a strain on its people, farmers and producers have continued to invest time and effort to improve their productivity and quality. They’ve had to rethink and modernize for new markets. A typical day in Crete is hard labor in an often rugged terrain. With the sun beaming behind them and the smile of their loved ones, these craftsmen are proud on what they take from their land and offer to your homes.
Meet the people
These craftsmen and women that I are proud members of the Cretan community. Many contributed to the revival of their villages. They nurture their land with pride and a sense of accountability towards the environmentally, where natural, organic, traceable products are the legacy they will leave for their families and generations to follow.
Overseeing all stages of production, from cultivating, harvesting, pressing and bottling directly in their state-of-the art facility…
With Nikos Gavalas, you will feel his pride and joy for the love of his winery, his family history and the wines he produces...
Andreas Dourakis returned to his roots and started the family winery in 1988 which is proud of its identity and tradition…
A commitment to a unique and traditional method that produces a stone milled and cold pressed organic extra virgin olive oil…
On the hills just outside the small village of Vatolakkos, between 350 and 600 meters, the scent of the wild herbs of Crete will intoxicate you…
Located in the Eastern foothills of Mount Psiloritis, a winery with a purpose to cultivate local grapes which can be blended in perfectly to produce fine wines…
Organic vineyard located in the South of Crete, just North of the ancient city of Gortyn that produces Cretan wines of the finest quality...