Overlooking the bay of Karystos, Montofoli Wine Estate is a generous place, where the past and present converge in a harmonious blend of beauty and significance. On grounds inhabited by Ancient Greeks, Romans, Venetian, Franks, Catalan and Ottomans, you will find today a winery, vineyards, a four historic villas retreat, a living museum and a gastronomic spot, all born from the shared vision of two passionate individuals who cherish the art of winemaking and delight in sharing the enchantment of their estate.

A historic wine lovers retreat

Adding to its allure, the historic Karystos castle Castello Rosso proudly stands atop of Montofoli serving as a graceful testament to the region’s rich heritage drawing travelers to experience the estate’s magic in the present day.

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Experience

Montofoli Estate is famous for its uncommon, effervescent ambience that provides a sense of belonging, which can only be experienced on site. Enjoying a stay in one of the villas within the estate is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that guests treasure for years to come.

The Villas

Each villa has its own charm with distinct accommodation, combining real comfort with a sense of luxury. Complemented by verandas and quiet spaces for relaxation, all villas have splendid views of both mountain and sea.

Villa Amfithea

Amfithea is the newest restored villa on Montofoli Wine Estate. It was built on the ruins of a warehouse; It has been reconstructed into a modern house and stresses the estates’ heritage in which the past is linked with the present.

The Belvedere

Belvedere is a charming villa, built on a dominant spot on the estate with a contemporary outlook and respect to the local architecture of the middle of the 20th century.

The Red House

The Red House is a classical villa representative of the Greek architecture of the late 19th century. The restoration has preserved the building, a landmark of the estates’ heritage, combining comfort with a sense of luxury.

The Dovecote

The Dovecote at Montofoli Wine Estate is a unique villa built originally on the ruins of ancient Roman baths. It features a beautiful dovecot of the early 19th century and has even hosted a bakery, probably during Ottoman times. The villa is a landmark of the estates’ heritage.

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In 1987, 4 different grape varieties were planted in Montofoli Wine Estate, all originating in the Aegean islands. These grape varieties have historically produced the famous Aegean sun-dried dessert wines since Antiquity.

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