In beautiful Kavala region: Ktima Biblia Chora winery
Ktima Biblia Chora is situated at the slopes of Mt. Pangeon in the Kokkinochori, Kavala region in North Greece. The winery is situated in an area with a long viticultural history which goes back to the ancient ages.
The ancient Greeks have already made wine here
The ancient Greeks cultivated a vine grape in this region, called the Biblia vine from which they made the famous wine for that time known as Biblinos Wine. In 1998, the creators of the winery, the oenologists Vassilis Tsaktsarlis and Vangelis Gerovasiliou made a vineyard of organic farming, which today occupies an area of 570 acres. They planted the estate’s first 7 hectares of vineyards in 2001 and started the construction of the winery and the first wines of the Estate were produced that same year. The aim is to produce fine quality wines that bear the stamp of the Paggaio ecosystem and express its uniqueness.
Considering the rich winemaking tradition and the distinctive terroir of the region, the cultivation of the vineyard and the vinification are done with special care, utilizing the knowledge and experience of the producers and combining the tradition of the area with the technology
Taste unique wines from Greece
Nowadays, the winery cultivates its vineyards under the organic standards and focuses in the production of high-quality wines which highlight the unique terroir of Pangeon, while the revival of ancient indigenous varieties found in the area is in progress. The varieties of grapes cultivated in the vineyards are Assyrtiko, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Vidiano, Semillon, Gewurztraminer, Syrah, Agiorgitiko, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir. The wines made from these grapes are categorized into red, white, rose and dessert wines.