How can we introduce visitors to Triantafyllopoulos Winery ‘s profile?
The winery is built on an ideal location in the center of Kos, at the base of mountain Dikaios, at the rich land of Asfendiou. Since 1996, when the first grapes were planted under the consulting of professor Dimitris Stavrakas and enologist George Dedes,.the attention to detail in every stage of wine-making has begun bearing fruit. In 2001 the winery’s construction has started and in 2007 the wines were certified the P.G.I. indication placing the island in the national and global wine map.
The estate’s goal always was and remains the continuous dynamic evolution of the wine-making. Having invested in a mini experimental vineyard where grape varieties disappeared during the years had been planted,.Triantafyllopoulos Winery is trying to bring them back to life and back to our tables where they belong.
What should the visitors expect to experience in Triantafyllopoulos Winery?
Triantafyllopoulos Winery stands out not only for its aesthetic environment, which permanently hosts a Greek Painter exhibition but also for its modern facilities. Visitors can wander around the production area and of course the underground cellar with the French oak barrels. Winery’s polite staff will guide them to the conference room and the wine experience will be deepened in the tasting rooms. At this spot, while viewing the vineyard and the Aegean blue sea they will create the most precious memories.
Additionally, the winery’s capacities include hosting several events such as cocktail parties by the pool, weddings, and various business meetings.
April to October → Daily except Sunday (8:00 – 16:30)
October to April → Daily except Sunday and holidays (8:00 – 15:00)
Zipari, ZIP 85300, Kos, Dodecanese
• Triantafyllopoulos Winery wears the “Winery Open to the Public” badge.
• The estate is certified with ISO22000.
Telephone: +30 2242069860, +30 2242069622 • Email: email@example.com • Website: www.koswinery.gr
Which two labels should visitors take with them, as a reminder of their visit?
Definitely the dry whites Malagouzia – Sauvignon Blanc and Dikaios Oinos.
The first label is a blend of 50% Malagouzia and 50% Sauvignon Blanc. It is a wine loved for its light yellow-green color and its delicate fresh aromas of exotic fruits. Its flavor is fine, fresh, crisp, smooth and aromatic and it is best enjoyed with vegetables, tarts, risottos, soft cheeses, fruit, and sweets.
Dikaios Oinos is a blend of 50% Athiri and 50% Assyrtiko and stands out for its light yellow-green/chaffy color. Its aromatic character is flowery, fresh and discreet combined with the hints of vinification, while in the mouth it appears to be equally fresh, crisp and delicate. Ideal tasty companions could be fish or shellfish with white sauces or even cheese platters.
What are the highlights of the wider region that visitors should not miss?
Travelers can start their visit from the island’s quaint buildings that remind us of the crossing of the Italians,.such as the Police and the Municipal Market and go on to the Market of the Ancient City of Kos. Afterward, they can visit the Roman Mansion “Casa Romana“, the Phoenix Avenue and the imposing Neratzias Castel of Ionannites Knights and finally they can enjoy cosmopolitan life which is unfolding at Liberation Square including the mosque, Exarcheia and the port hangouts. Important stops on the way are the Asklepion, one of the most significant ancient medical centers, the Botanical Garden with pharmaceutical and aromatic plants used by Hippocrates and Dioscorides and the Hippocrates Plane Tree, one of the oldest trees in the world.
If visitors wish to feel close to nature, they shouldn’t miss Plaka’s beautiful pine forest located in a canyon. In that site,.at the comfortable benches, they can breathe fresh air and admire the peacocks. In Therma Beach, they can jump into the hot thermal waters under the steep rocks,.in Mastichari they can enjoy fish and seafood at its famous taverns and in the Tigkaki area, in Salt Flat’s wetland they can indulge into bird watching and the seeking of flamingo and tsiknias.
Finally, in Milotopi, with a breathtaking view on the Kefalo’s bay and St. Nicolas island (Castri), a newly renovated establishment comes to life while illustrating accurately the islanders’.daily life of the previous century as well as during the Italian Slavery Era.
|⚠ Winery’s services along with prices and operation hours might change without previous notice. Please contact the estate upon visiting.|
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