Inspired by countryside and some of the most enchanting arches we had the honor to design a wedding here. The stoned Wine Museum venue in Greece welcomed our setting. It took place throughout its whimsical gardens, managing always to offer new inspiration on wedding ceremony and dinner to follow.

Around the stone arches traditional yet modern details combined with some original wedding ideas and produced an impeccable effect! We are lucky enough to collaborate with such beautiful and unique venues in Athens full of history.

The venue, Wine Museum, develops the production of 100 acres of “Mesogean” vineyard and 100 acres of proprietary vineyard, in Nemea Peloponnese. The varieties of grapes grown in the vineyards are Sabatian (native of Attica), Agiorgitiko (native of Nemea), Assyrtiko, Rhoditis, Athiri, Moschofilero, Moschato, Malagousia, French Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah and the Italian Trebbiano.

An abundance of specially chosen labels is sold in selectively points of sale. It is exported in five countries and does not stop gaining rewards thanks to its unique quality. The present justifies the past in the best way and the story goes on!

The story begins in 1908 when grandfather Spyros Markou planted the holy Savatiano. It is the only indigenous variety of Attica in the family estates in Spata.

In 1920, Spyros Markou began to produce his first resin. In 2005 the Markos brothers founded the “Wine Museum” in Pallini.

It is now a unique place to host various social activities such as weddings and events.

If you loved this unique venue of Wine Museum in Greece, check out one of our favorite French inspired in light blue and white palette wedding we did here. As seen on Amber and Muse , one of the most fine art blogs.

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