Named by Homer 'Ampeloessa' ("full of vines"), the Peloponnese sits at the epicentre of Europe's winemaking history. From the port and citadel of Monemvasia, wine's trade and tradition spread across the Mediterranean.
This peninsula; home of Arcadian landscapes, is also the birth place of iconic indigenous varieties such as Agiorghitiko, Roditis and Moschofilero.
Join us to explore the diversity and complexity of the sub-regions and vineyards of the Peloponnese and alongside unique wines try local delicacies!
A good way to welcome Spring into your glasses!
* Photo: Painting by Victor Bauer