The philosophy behind each label From the initial vision of its founder to the present-day plans of his successors, the philosophy underlying the Harlaftis winery has remained the same: one big family that loves good wine. From the soil, the vine and the water to the ripening, the aging and the bottling, each label continues to be a strictly… family affair.

Faithful to tradition but also having fully embraced the latest developments in the science of oenology, the Harlaftis winery continues its journey in time as if it were still that one-man business, created by its founder about 80 years ago. The persistence, patience and expertise that characterize the people working there are attested by each bottle coming from the family vineyards.



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image Christiana Malbec. The first accredited Greek cultivation of Malbec grapes. read more
image Domaine Harlaftis Petaloudes Our... different rosé whose playful color brings to mind the Rhone Valley. read more
image Harlaftis Tsipouro Harlaftis Tsipouro is a product of slow distillation with respect to tradition and quality. read more
image Flamingo Rosé read more
image Domaine Harlaftis Saumon read more
timeline_bar timeline_dot timeline_dot timeline_dot timeline_dot timeline_dot timeline_dot 1934 1938 1955 1962 1997 2000 Nikos Athanassiadis plants novelty grape varieties at Stamata, in Attiki. The first labels are introduced to the market: King Minos White Dry & King Minos Red Dry. New generation of people. New generation of grapes. The third label is bottled: Athanassiadis Rosé Dry. One of the first rosé wines in Greece. New estates in Nemea. New winery. New varieties. Gold medal at the International Wine Competition of Thessaloniki for the Harlaftis Grande Reserve 2000. read_all_history