Argatia Winery has privately owned vineyards involved in the production and sale of Greek wine.
In 2000, the first vineyards of Agratia were planted in Krasna, a moderately hot region of 260 meters in altitude. Science and modern technology, together with years of experience and a love of wine have been combined to create well-balanced biological vineyards of indigenous Greek varieties, all necessary for the production of high quality wines. The vineyards feature the native Greek varieties of Xinomavro, Negoska, Assyrtiko, Athiri and Malagousia that are best adapted for this region. In 2008, another vineyard of Xinomavro (clone V6 and V3) grafted on 110 Richter, was planted in the area of Lakka, at 250 meters in altitude, in more lighter soils (SL, SCL).
In 2019 a new vineyard of Assyrtiko was planted in Krasna, while a year later another one with Mavrodaphne in Rodochori, at an altitude of 550 m, in SCL soils