In 1905, George Vassiliou planted vineyards in the Attica region of Greece. Currently, the Domaine is in the hands of the third generation of the Vassiliou family. The Domaine's vineyards are situated in Messogia Attica, for the white grapes, and Asprokampos Nemea for the red grapes. Combined, the vineyard holdings comprise 250,000 square meters, with an average vine life of 20-25 years. A majority of the vines planted are of native Greek grape varieties, including Savatiano, Roditis and Agiorgitiko. The winery in Koropi is fitted with state-of-the-art equipment and the cellar is home to rows of French oak casks for the wines to mature in.