Travelling deep down the centuries we submerge in the fertile soils of Cretan land, where the roots of ancient vineyards embrace the soil which supported and raised civilizations of unforgotten eras. Their fruits, their essences have created the name of a powerful product: the Cretan Wine. In the Minoan era it was stored in clay jars and ended up in lavish feasts of noblemen and kings. Afterwards, wine used to be poured into the barrels at the cellars of the Venetians and the Ottomans. The roots of the winemakers of Crete are as deep as those of their vines as they have been producing authentic Cretan varieties (Romeiko, Vidiano, Kotsifali, Pluto, Mantilari, Vilana, Dafni, Liatiko, Muscat of Spina and others) for centuries.