TINIAKI AMPELONES Tinos island, Greece

In a landscape scattered with enormous round granite boulders, a geological phenomenon to be found in only two or three other places around the world, in an area protected as of exceptional natural beauty, Alexandre Avatangelos and Gérard Margeon envisioned the re-creation of the vineyard that existed 6.000 years ago. It became a lifetime aim to sustainably preserve the environment and create the best Greek wine in the world.

The Project

The fine wine from a good vine planted in the right place, is the missing link between agriculture and haute couture. At its touch, we dive into beauty.

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The Vineyards

It was about fifteen years ago, when Alexander Avatangelos and Gerard Margeon were passionate about a vineyard situated on a rock top, lost in the Aegean Sea, the island of Tinos.

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The Varieties

The microclimate and soil of the region indicated the suitable indigenous varieties to be planted, the ones already existing in Cyclades since antiquity, capable of incorporating into their flavours, aromas and colors.

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The team

It was the people`s determination and persistence that made the dream come true and brought to light the hidden secrets of Tinos` waterless soil.

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The wine collection

Stephane Derenoncourt, the extremely experienced, meticulous winemaker along with his team and Thanos Georgilas, the associate winemaker at T-OINOS are the ones who undertook the task to create some of the best Greek wines in the world.

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Wine Tourism

The sea, the wind, the light and the shade, the rock and the vines in an atmosphere both silent and alive which mixes magnitude and intimacy is the terroir of T-OINOS wines you will enjoy.

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THE REGION

But it is for sure the first time, since Bacchus joined with poets, half-mad men, Satyrs and fauns, that the specificity of the land, the people and the winemaking procedure is being translated into an equally unique taste.

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TINIAKI AMPELONES Tinos island, Greece

In a landscape scattered with enormous round granite boulders, a geological phenomenon to be found in only two or three other places around the world, in an area protected as of exceptional natural beauty, Alexandre Avatangelos and Gérard Margeon envisioned the re-creation of the vineyard that existed 6.000 years ago. It became a lifetime aim to sustainably preserve the environment and create the best Greek wine in the world.

The Project

The fine wine from a good vine planted in the right place, is the missing link between agriculture and haute couture. At its touch, we dive into beauty.

Read more

The Vineyards

It was about fifteen years ago, when Alexander Avatangelos and Gerard Margeon were passionate about a vineyard situated on a rock top, lost in the Aegean Sea, the island of Tinos.

Read more

The Varieties

The microclimate and soil of the region indicated the suitable indigenous varieties to be planted, the ones already existing in Cyclades since antiquity, capable of incorporating into their flavours, aromas and colors.

Read more

The team

It was the people`s determination and persistence that made the dream come true and brought to light the hidden secrets of Tinos` waterless soil.

Read more

The wine collection

Stephane Derenoncourt, the extremely experienced, meticulous winemaker along with his team and Thanos Georgilas, the associate winemaker at T-OINOS are the ones who undertook the task to create some of the best Greek wines in the world.

Read more
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  • MAVROSE

Wine Tourism

The sea, the wind, the light and the shade, the rock and the vines in an atmosphere both silent and alive which mixes magnitude and intimacy is the terroir of T-OINOS wines you will enjoy.

Read more

THE REGION

But it is for sure the first time, since Bacchus joined with poets, half-mad men, Satyrs and fauns, that the specificity of the land, the people and the winemaking procedure is being translated into an equally unique taste.

Read more