Explore the Best Wineries in Peloponnese

Browse through the best selection of outstanding wineries

The oldest winery in Greece with rich winemaking history and traditions

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Petroto Patras, Patras, Achaia, 26500, Greece

Producing the best, organic Rodites wines in the Aigiala region.

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121 Korinthou, Aigio, Achaia, 25100, Greece

Witness the large stainless steel tanks that produce about 200 tonnes of wines every year.

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Asprokampos, Asprokampos, Nemeas, Korinthias, 20500, Greece

An estate that makes wines using wild fermentation techniques.

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Ntouramani, Nemea, Korinthia, 20500, Greece

Explore the winery that consists of about 1000 wooden barrels to age & refine its wines.

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10th Km Argos-Sterna, Argos, Malandreni, 21200, Greece

Pay a visit to one of the first leading organic wineries in Greece.

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Giannikos Winery, Corinth 201 00, Corinthia, Greece

Small, family-owned boutique winery producing single-vineyard wines

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Epar.Od. Nemeas - Argous, Panorama, Argos, Peloponesse, 21200, Greece

Winery dedicated to reviving the traditional Malvasia wine in its birthplace

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ΟΙΝΟΠΟΙΗΤΙΚΗ ΜΟΝΕΜΒΑΣΙΑΣ - ΤΣΙΜΠΙΔΗ, Velies 230 70, Greece

Meet the owner that produces about 50,000 bottles of wines annually.

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Kanari 47, Argos, Argolis, 21200, Greece

Ranked among the country’s most advanced and significant wine-related developments.

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Koutsi, Nemea, Nemea, Peloponnese, Greece, 20500, Greece

Enjoy a wine tasting tour on a tractor, basking the beauty of vineyards.

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ΟΙΝΟΠΟΙΕΙΟ ΤΡΟΥΠΗ (Troupis Winery), Milia Tripoleos, Grèce

Read More about Wineries in Peloponnese

Everything you need to know about wineries in Peloponnese.

There is never a bad moment to visit wineries in Peloponnese but if we have to decide, the best period is probably spring. In this season temperatures are still not too high but warmer compared to other parts of Europe so you can still enjoy very sunny and hot days on the coast and mild temperatures in the inland.

Autumn is another great season to visit wineries in Peloponnese because it’s harvesting season, both for grapes and for olives.

Wineries in Peloponnese are mostly historical, family-owned and run wineries that have a very long tradition in winemaking. It is said that the oldest wineries in Greece are actually in this vast wine region.

Even though tradition is central to all wineries in Peloponnese, some wineries are now focusing on a more contemporary style of Greek wines. Many wineries have been renovated during the years and are now very classy boutique wineries.

Wineries in Peloponnese have taken up organic and sustainable winemaking methods.

Wineries in Peloponnese offer to their guests many facilities to make their visits smooth and pleasant. Here’s what you will find:

  • All wineries in Peloponnese have reduced mobility access and cellar door sales 
  • Most wineries in Peloponnese are pet-friendly and have parking spaces for busses and welcome groups to visit
  • Some wineries in Peloponnese offer activities for kids 
  • Only Koromiotis Winery has a restaurant serving local specialities

The most common grape varieties grown by wineries in Peloponnese are:

  • Red: Agiorgitiko, Mavrodaphne
  • White: Moschofilero

Moschofilero is the typical aromatic white wine from central Peloponnese while Agiorgitiko fruity red wines are mostly from the eastern part of Peloponnese, close to the city of Corinto.

Here are some language tips to visit wineries in Peloponnese, and since it is pretty hard to read Greek, you will find the transcription of the pronunciation next to the Greek word.

  • Wine = κρασί (krasi)
  • Winery = οινοποιείο (oinopoieio)
  • Vineyard = αμπέλι (ambeli)
  • Vine = κληματσίδα (klemadzida)
  • Red Wine = κόκκινο κρασί (kokkino krasi)
  • White Wine = λευκό κρασί (leukò krasi)
  • Wine Tasting = γευστική δοκιμή κρασιών (ghenotike dokime krasion)
  • Wine Cellar = κάβα κρασιών (kaba krasion)
  • Cheers! = Yasou! or Yassas!

Top Q&As About Wineries in Peloponnese

A selection of the most frequently asked questions about wineries in Peloponnese.

These wineries in Peloponnese have restaurants:

Most of the wineries in Peloponnese are located in the wine regions in the countryside. The best way to prepare a visit to a winery in Peloponnese is to book your visit in advance on our website.

The best wineries to visit during your holiday or vacation to Peloponnese are:

These wineries in Peloponnese are open to the public with booking in advance:

This is our selection of small & boutique wineries in Peloponnese that you can visit:

Use our interactive Peloponnese winery map to browse wineries near Messenia, Tripoli and Arcadia.

Are you interested in reading more about Peloponnese in Greece? Read our travel guide to Peloponnese wine region, or visit our selection of the very best guide to wine tastings and tours in Peloponnese that you can book during your stay.