The winery is located at a prominent spot in the vineyard. It is 1200 sq. m. and is divided into three levels. The tank room takes on the biggest part of the premises. A variety of self-refrigerated tanks of all sizes allow all the wines to be under controlled temperature, divided by variety and vineyard block at all times.

The bottling and packaging room is at the center of the winery, both in architectural and conceptual terms. The winery is compliant with the principles and regulations of ISO and HACCP (ISO 22000), and all its processes follow international standards.

Three different doors lead to two storage rooms for products and one storage room for packaging material. The first two are temperature controlled, in order for the wines that rest there, either for a few weeks or for a few months, to mature in ideal conditions.

The barrel room is situated at the lower level. There, one can find the heart of the winery. The best wines of the winery spend most of their life in more than 200 French-oak barrels of 225lt. And to these wines the winery owes most of the distinctions and gold medals won at international competitions.

Additional storage rooms are on the ground and first floor. On the ground floor, visitors may taste the award-winning wines of the winery, enjoying the welcoming environment of the tasting room and the wonderful view of the vineyard.

Apart from the grapes produced in the estate, the winery processes around 500 tons of grapes, produced by collaborating vineyards, mostly of the variety Fileri, which is a local variety of Messinia’s mountainous region, unlikely to be found anywhere else. The production of these wines and the farming methods applied in these vineyards also are compliant with Dimitris Panagiotopoulos’ philosophy: wines of high quality which showcase the distinctiveness of the region.