GRAMPSA family’s winery is located in the village Lagodopos in Zakynthos and was created to promote the unexplored wealth of the local varieties. The strong adherence to the raw material and the careful vinification brought to the light a wine-growing zone with great potential. The forwarding of the local varieties Goustolidi, Pavlos and mainly Avgoustiatis came as a natural result of above efforts.
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The winery of Grampsa family is located in the semi-mountainous village Lagodopos of the marvelous Ionian Sea island, Zakynthos. A wine-growing zone with great dynamics and significant potential of producing high quality wines.
The winery was created in order to highlight the unexplored wealth of the Zakynthian varieties, with proper cultivation care, with respect to nature and man and using knowledge and experience. The strict adherence to the quality of the raw material and the careful vinification provided a unique result, making the pallet of Greek wines wider.
Choosing a bottle of wine from the Grampa Winery characterizes a wine connoisseur in an international and in-depth scale, who has the desire to discover new paths full of challenges. Vineyards in Zakynthos produce exceptional in quality wines, like Avgoustiatis and Gustolidi, which express in an amazing way the traits of the varieties and the region’s ecosystem.
The first children's memories include scenes of vine harvest and smells of the must during the fermentation process, as well as the opening of new wines in our parents' small amateur winery.
The magic but also the wine philosophy have consolidated the family's decision to occupy exclusively with the production of high quality wines. Love and respect for the winemaking inherited by the parents led the brothers Tassos and Christos Grampsa to deal professionally with vinification. They constructed a winery in the village of Lagodopos and gave to wine friends the opportunity to visit it. The guesthouse at Klima Grampsa was made to give wine lovers the chance to visit our gifted vineyard, to discover the unexplored varieties that the beautiful Ionian island of Zakynthos produces, and at the same time to gain insight to the hidden secrets of the wine in a total area of 80 acres with ancient olives and cypress trees.