Amphilochian Argos, the chief town of ancient Amfilochia situated at Aetolia-Acarnania – Greece.
The Greek wine tradition dates back at least 3000 years. Specifically the significance of the Acarnanian earth in high quality wine making, was already mentioned many times in ancient Greek mythology.
Oeneus & Dionysus
Oeneus, king of the city Calydon (nowadays Aetolia-Acarnania), introduced local wine making. Above all and according to a legend, Oeneus received the original branch of grapevine from god Dionysus himself.