Skouras Vineyard & Winery Tour Lunch 1
In Pelloponese peninsula, close to the ancient Mykines, you can discover on of the best modern greek wineries, Domaine Skouras.
Four fine wines will be tasted at the beginning, while guests will enjoy a tour in the facilities once they arrive in the winery. Adjustments can be made to the menus to accommodate any special requests Consumption of two different wines during lunch is also included in this offer.
Green salad with graviera cheese flakes
Feta cheese pie
Main dish: Beef cooked in wine sauce with mushrooms and potatoes flavoured with thyme or rice
Dessert: Orange pie
We provide you also a tour in the winery, to explore the unique terroir.
Do not miss the opportunity to taste indigenous varities like agiorgitiko, mavrofilero, but also international varieties that the owner M. Goerge Skouras, cultivates since 1980.
The tastings are available in greek,english.
Hosted at Domaine Skouras
- Alcoholic Beverages
- Bottled water
- Light lunch
Time of booking
2 hour after booking
Alcoholic BeveragesLunch/DinnerPersonal Guide
The areaThe region of Nemea and the Argolida highlands is blessed viti-vinicultural land. Domaine Skouras is located in the Northeastern Peloponnese, in Argolida, close to the provinces of Corinthia and Arcadia, just a few kilometres from Argos, in the village of Malandreni. The winery is situated within the Nemea zone, the largest and possibly the most exciting Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) for red wines in Greece. Mantinia, another important PDO region for white wines, is in close proximity, while the surrounding areas have excellent terroirs, although not of PDO status. Close you can also visit a large number of nearby attractions: the Archaeological Museum of Nemea, the Ancient Temple of Zeus, Mycenae, Tiryns, the Heraion, the Ancient Agora of Argos and the Asclepion of Epidaurus to name but a few. Finally, one can pay a visit to the highly popular town of Nafplion, with ‘must see’ sights like Bourtzi, Akronafplia, the Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation and the Archaeological Museum.
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