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HISTORY

Montofoli History Timeline

Montofoli Estate is a remarkable landmark of South Evia. Franks, Ottomans and Kings have given this piece of land its exceptional energy. The Estate has a panoramic view to the sea and a very rich land, both of which have made it a point of reference throughout the long history of Karystos.



  • TURKISH OCCUPATION

    During the Turkish occupation, Omer Bey, who later became the Pasha of Evia, was the owner of the Estate. It was then called “The Pasha’s Gardens.”

  • 1835

    LIBERATION

    Following the liberation of the island around 1835 the property was purchased by Ioannis Paparrigopoulos, Vice-Consul of Russia in Karystos and Chamberlain under King George the 1st of Greece.

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THE VILLAS

Montofoli Estate is remarkable.




Montofoli Estate is a remarkable landmark of South Evia. Franks, Ottomans and Kings have given this piece of land its exceptional energy. The Estate has a panoramic view to the sea and a very rich land, both of which have made it a point of reference throughout the long history of Karystos.



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Montofoli Estate Liatiko

Liatiko is rich in the palate, with a pronounced raisin taste, complemented by the aromas dried figs.

THE WINES





Montofoli Estate

Liatiko is rich in the palate, with a pronounced raisin taste, complemented by dried aromas.





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Montofoli Gold

Montofoli Gold has charecteristic aromas of dried fruit, sweet spices, chocolate and coffee that are complemented by the more complex aromas of caramelised fruit and toast.

During the Turkish occupation, Omer Bey, who later became the Pasha of Evia, was the owner of the Estate.


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During the Turkish occupation, Omer Bey, who later became the Pasha of Evia, was the owner of the Estate. It was then called “The Pasha’s Gardens”. Following the liberation of the island around 1835 the property was purchased by Ioannis Paparrigopoulos.


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