Nemea is the most important wine region on the Peloponnese peninsula, just an hour from Athens. The mountains and valleys surrounding the small village of Nemea have been producing wine for centuries, mostly from the native Agiorgitiko grape. Winemaking in this region dates back to at least the 5th Century BC. The last twenty years have seen a huge renaissance in Greek wine production, which is now made in a much more modern style (no longer using pine resin as a preservative) using the most technologically advanced equipment available.

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