Evampelos Ghi΄s landholdings comprise a 89 hectares single and privately owned vineyard cultivated with autochthonous and international varieties. The whole vineyard is trained in linear system in the form of the one-sided Royat, and is irrigated.
The soil composition of the vineyards of Evampelos Ghi is sandy-clay, rich in organic substances with a significant percentage of gravels. This enables very good drainage during the early rainfalls of August and September, ensuring not only exceptional maturation, but also the rich organoleptic features and the expressiveness of the wine.
In large part of the soil, calcium can be found in a depth of over 60 cm. The calcium adds to the grape minerality and pulse.
The region’s climate is characterized by heavy rainfall during winter and spring, which is replaced by hot summers with a dry and cool feel. This creates temperature differences of up to 15 degrees Celsius, ensuring aromatic complexity, phenolic maturity and the intense flavour of the Evampelos Ghi wines.