The Samos Wine Cooperative (EOS Samos) is one of the oldest
cooperatives in Greece since it was founded in 1934. Today, 2.200
wine-growing families are involved in its co-operative scheme. The aim
is to concentrate, vinificate and market the entire production of its
wine-growers, representing almost all of the island's production. Samian
wine, especially sweet, is one of Greece's leading wine ambassadors
abroad, with exports to countries like France and 27 other countries.
The Samian wine, with its centuries-old historical route that
dates back to antiquity, represents for years the qualities of the
geophysical and climatic relief of the island, manual labor and
It has earned a prominent place in the hearts of
wine lovers as it is a timeless quality product that is produced with
great effort and passion on the slopes of the Samos Mountains.
The wines of EOS Samos are unique in their taste and quality, as they
gather special tastes. They are produced from the homonymous grape of
the famous variety "White Moschato of Samos", cultivated in traditional
"dry stone" terraces (terraces) up to the height of 900 meters and with
controlled low yield per hectare.
The sweet wines of EOS Samos have a rich and balanced scent. It is
expressed in a specific, complex aromatic image, which is composed of
many aromatic features. Fruit and flowers dominate them, and in
particular, fresh grapes, orange blossoms and rose petals. However,
above all, they express the primary aromas of the grape, with a quality,
They are also an excellent choice for completing a meal. Their aromatic
richness blends delightfully with desserts, fruit and strong cheeses,
completing a unique meal or offering individual moments of sweet
It is worth noting that the first award of the Samian wines was
chronologically in 1937, and that every year they are increasingly being
added to the long series of international honors and distinctions.