Nemea is without any doubt the most known, talked-about, and balanced wine-producing area of the Peloponnese. The region classified as Protected Area of Origin – Nemea, is 5,500 acres wide and comprises in total sixteen municipalities of the Prefectures of Korinthia and Argolida: Kefalari, Bozikas, Titani, Kastraki, Asprokampos, Dafni, Psari, Petri, Aidonia, Koutsi, Galatas, Leontio, Nemea, Archaia Kleones, Gimno, Malendreni. The topography of the area consists of a plateau in the inland of the prefecture of Korinthia, surrounded by mountain areas ending up in low hills and gentle and leafy slopes, all filled with vineyards. The vineyards start at an altitude of 250 metres, continue at the slopes at 450-600 meters, and end up at the mountainous area at an altitude of 750 metres. The variety of Agiorgitiko is cultivated in all of these altitudes. As the particularities of the climate and the ground change according to each altitude, we can observe different shades in the character of the wines. Depending on the area and the altitude of cultivation, we can produce sweet wines with red characteristics, or dry wines for aging, soft red wines for a more immediate consumption, or rosé wines.
The climate in the areas is a Mediterranean climate the yearly average rainfall is 700-800 millimetres, while the average temperature is 16-18 degrees Celsius. The soil is loam, deep, with good drainage and fertility. Moreover, the high solar thermal potential of the area, in combination with the diverse local microclimates, provide favourable conditions and potential for a raw material of excellent quality.