39° 33' 18.000" N


21° 46' 4.440" E




about this subregion

The Trikala wine region is located in the Thessaly region of central Greece. Geographically, it is situated near the eastern slopes of the Pindus mountain range, in close proximity to the Meteora rock formations, which are a UNESCO World Heritage site.

The region experiences a Mediterranean climate, characterized by hot, dry summers and mild winters. The surrounding mountainous landscape influences the local climate, creating diverse microclimates within the region.

Trikala's soils vary from clay to limestone, contributing to the unique flavor profiles of its wines. These diverse soil types, combined with the region's climate, create an environment conducive to grape cultivation.

Indigenous grape varieties such as Bekari, Batiki, and Plyto, as well as international varieties like Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah, are cultivated in the Trikala wine region. This blend of traditional and modern grape varieties reflects the region's commitment to preserving its winemaking heritage while embracing innovation.

Vineyards in the Trikala wine region often benefit from the elevated terrains and slopes that characterize the area. These conditions offer favorable sun exposure and drainage, contributing to the overall quality of the grapes.


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Discover Terroir

The Trikala wine region is located in the Thessaly plain, but it is nevertheless considered a mountainous area because it is surrounded by the Tzoumerka, Hasia and Lakmos mountains. The vineyards are usually concentrated in the northwest of the city of Trikala.

The climate of this region is similar to the rest of Thessaly. This means that it has a Mediterranean climate, with hot, dry summers and mild, humid winters. In addition, because its vineyards tend to be at a high altitude, temperature variations between day and night are marked.

Regarding the soils, clay and limestone soils predominate in the region, with a minor presence of loam and sandy soils in some areas.


Most Planted Red Grape Varieties: Xinomavro, Limniona

Most Planted White Grape Varieties: Roditis

The Trikala wine region beckons with a captivating collection of both red and white wines, each capturing the essence of this enchanting corner of the world. Embraced by lush landscapes and ancient history, Trikala invites wine enthusiasts on a sensory journey through its remarkable wines.

Trikala boasts a delightful array of white wines, with the indigenous Roditis grape taking center stage. These whites enchant with their alluring aromas of citrus, crisp green apples, and a hint of floral notes. Roditis wines embody the region's continental climate and fertile terroir, where sun-kissed vineyards flourish amidst the rolling hills. With a refreshing acidity and a touch of minerality, these whites reveal the purity of the surrounding landscapes.

In addition to its whites, Trikala surprises with its expressive red wines. The native Xinomavro grape exudes a fascinating bouquet of red berries, dark cherries, and a hint of spice. The Xinomavro reds celebrate the region's winemaking heritage, offering wines with a medium to full-bodied allure and a velvety texture. Perfect for memorable moments or shared feasts, these reds embody the authentic spirit of Trikala.

The Trikala wine region cherishes its winemaking heritage, where ancient traditions blend with modern craftsmanship. The diverse microclimates, influenced by the Pindus Mountains, shape the character of the grapes. The passion of local winemakers, who nurture the vineyards with care, ensures that each wine reflects the soul of Trikala.