The history and roots of the winery go back 70 years, when Vassilis Lafazanis started making wine in Piraeus. Some decades later, in 1960, the Lafazanis family built its first family-owned winery in Magoula, Attica, and turned it into an S.A. company. In 1993, Spyros Lafazanis, who had grown up steeped into the secrets behind the art of winemaking, decided to move the winery to Nemea, an area which he had grown to love at the beginning of his career as a young oenologist. Our Nemea winery rapidly began to develop and its evolution is still going strong. It is a state-of-the-art plant with a production capacity of approximately 4 million liters annually out of which 80% is sold in Greece and an approximate 20% is exported. At the very same time the winery was established, we also planted a privately-owned vineyard of 10 ha and went into cooperation with 300 winegrowers. In 2012, we also opened a distillery for Tsipouro (pomace brandy) as well as a distribution center in Elefsina, Attica, with a view to offering our customers and clients improved and faster service. The winery’s most recent triumph came in 2015, when Spyros Lafazanis succeeded in acquiring “Nestor“, Messinia’s winemaking cooperative. All of our production protocols comply with and adhere to the ISO 9001:2008 quality management systems and the ISO 22000:2005 food safety system. Firmly grounded on its philosophy that revolves around ongoing evolution, the Lafazanis Company has established for itself a strong position in the Greek market and exports its products in 10 countries while maintaining its competitive edge by offering value for money.