Markou Winery, Run by the Fourth Generation of the Family

Surrounded by historic architecture with a verdant natural beauty, Markou Winery consists of two exquisite elements. The Markou vineyards in Peania & the Wine Museum in Pallini. The estate also exhibits magnificent personal catering facilities in Paiania for tourists and localities to savor Greece’s best flavors.

The 150 years old family traditions of wine production has been nicely preserved by the Markou Family.


Grape Varieties both Local and International

Today, the Markou Family’s fourth generation has been providing the unparalleled glamour of wine tourism experience worldwide. Markou Winery has beautifully preserved the 150 years old family traditions of wine production and is continuing it with immense dedication to the craft of winemaking. With complete respect for nature, the Markou Family cultivates different grapes, including Savvatiano, Malagouzia, Chardonnay, and Savvatiano (Retsina). They also grow fruity Agiorgitiko, Cabernet, and Merlot to produce rich-quality wines, all under Attica appellation labels.


The Wine Museum and Event Spaces, the Heart and Soul of the Estate

For degustation activities, a dedicated tasting room named Marko Vineyards has been built. Made with elegant and traditional-styled stone and wood, the indoor spaces can hold many memorable events. It has a vast capacity, an extensive number of tourists can be accommodated inside. Guests will get a chance to taste various wines, such as red, white, and rosé wines, together with delicious dessert wines.

Boasting architectural excellence with a passion for winemaking, the Wine Museum is the heart and soul of the estate. People who want to create unique memories can organize weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, baptism, and other joyous events at the Wine Museum. It can accommodate up to 400 people and 800 upright inside the hall. Outdoor capacity, overlooking the charming view of landscapes, can house about 3000 people. You can as well utilize the private rooms of the winery for corporate events and business presentations.

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Services / Facilities:
Reduced Mobility Access available Reduced Mobility Access
Not Organic Producer Organic Producer
Resaurant Unavailable Restaurant
Hotel Accommodation Unavailable Accommodation
Kids Activities available Kids Activities
Pets Allowed Pets Allowed
Bus Parking Available Bus Parking
Cellar Door Sales
Wine Types:
Red Wine, White Wine, Rose Wine,
Grape Varieties:

Savvatiano, Malagouzia, Chardonnay, Agiorgitiko, Cabernet, Merlot

Agiou Dimitriou Av., Palini, Attica, 15351, Greece See it on map
Visiting Hours:

10:00 - 17:00

Spoken Languages: English

Our Wine Experiences

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Markou Wine Museum

Wine Tasting and Tour at Markou Wine Museum

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Agiou Dimitriou Av., Palini, Attica, 15351, Greece

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