Inambelos Triantafyllopoulos Winery

In ancient Greece, ΄΄Koios Oenos΄΄ (wine from the island of Kos) was famous and Hippocrates, the island’s renowned ancient Greek physician, who was born here at about 460 BC, advised people to consume it. But over the centuries, the island’s vineyards were abandoned.

Today however, the Triantafyllopoulos family is committed to putting Kos on the wine map again. Some 20 hectares (50 acres) have been meticulously planed with indigenous Greek and cosmopolitan grape varieties on the island’s most suitable soil, that is the region of Asfendiou and the region of Kardamena.

Both white and red varieties have adapted perfectly to the island’s microclimate and judging from the 2002, 2003 and 2004 harvests, Oinampelos wines show tremendous potential. The new ultra-modern winery at Miniera Asfendiou completes the picture and underlines both the dedication and the vision of the Triantafyllopoulos family to produce wines of unique character for today’s wine of enthusiast and sophisticated consumer as well.

So do enjoy our island and taste our wines. We believe you will understand our country and its people better!

The only drawback (for most readers, unfortunately…) is that just a handful of the wines produced leave the island, whereas outside of Greece these wines are almost impossible to obtain. The only way to make sure you can enjoy the outstanding quality of these wines is to travel to the Island itself, which is by no means a handicap if you like sunny beaches, hospitable islanders, excellent food and an accommodation-range from a camping-site to 5-star luxury hotels.       GrapeRover.com

For further information please contact Triantafyllopoulos Vineyards, Miniera Asfendiou, 85 300, Greece

22420 69860 email:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.     '; document.write(''); document.write(addy_text50565); document.write('<\/a>'); //-->\n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. www.inambelos.gr