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10 useful points on our website


ΔΕΙΤΕ ΤΟ ΣΤΑ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΑ

1. Get to know us!

Read a few words about us, the history of our winery, our vineyards, and learn about our island, Crete.

2. Get to know the wines that we produce.

Download the current labels of the wines, photos of our wine bottles and their technical sheets.

3. Read notes by wine professionals around the world about our winery.

View our wine awards and read their rates by internationally recognized wine critics, as well as articles by well-known wine websites and magazines about our winery

4. Try Douloufakis wines.

View how do we do the wine tasting and make an appointment for winery tour and wine tasting.

5. View photos and videos.

View the collection of selected photos and videos about vine cultivation, wine making, areas of the winery, hosted events and exhibitions we have participated.

6. Read about the vineyards and the wines.

Read about grape varieties and ideas for wine and food pairing

7. Print worksheets for children!

Print nice worksheets about vines, harvest, grapes and wines, specially designed for children. Also, you can take the online quiz!

8. View instructions how to reach us.

Navigate on the map in order to reach our winery easily.

9. Stay tuned for the news and the events of our winery.  

View our news. Also, join our Newsletter to learn everything first!

10. Join us on the social media!

Follow us today on the social media! Learn always first about new bottlings, awards, competitions, ect..!

The history of wine

Ancient Greeks considered wine as an integral part of their lives.

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Recipe: Fried red mullets

Combines well with  Sauvignon Blanc Douloufakis white dry wine.

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Cretan grape variety Vidiano

An old indigenous cultivar, which is also mentioned as "Avidiano". Vines of Vidiano were scattered among other varieties in the old vineyards of Crete. It is a vigorous and productive variety, late-ripening in the Dafnes vineyard and resistant to heat. Vidiano gives us wines with rich, fruity aromas, full body and balanced acidity. The strong points of the wine are its volume, its ageing potential and its suprising evolution over time. Those three characteristics make it unique, since there aren’t many varieties in Greece featuring such qualities.

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