They own three different vineyards in Fthiotida (Central Greece): In Martino (Protected Geographical Indication, Martino) 15 hectares. In Atalanti (Protected Geographical Indication, Atalanti Valley) 2 hectares. In Tragana, where the winery is also located, (Protected Geographical Indication, Fthiotida) 3 hectares.

The vineyard in Martino is at an altitude of 500 meters. On slopes with very good drainage and on loamy soils with high calcium carbonate content, the grape varieties Sauvignon Blanc, Robola, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah are grown. Both the altitude and the specific soil characteristics allow the grapes to ripen properly. In fact, even during the hot summer months, the temperature is maintained at good levels, especially due to the dramatic difference between day and night.

In Atalanti, the vineyard is located at an altitude of 300 meters. On clay soil, two different clone selections of the variety Merlot are grown.

In Tragana, where the winery is also located, the soil is alluvial with very good drainage. It is Chardonnay that is grown exclusively there.