The Strofilia Winery (Nemea) is located in Asprokambos at an altitude of 800 m and is the centre of production for the red and white Strofilia wines from the Peloponnese. It was built in 2000 with the aim of utilising local varieties and enhancing the quality of the wines. The facility makes wine from grapes of the Agiorgitiko variety that thrive in the area, as well as grapes of the white Rhoditis variety grown on the nearby Mamousia mountain plateau. At the same time, the oenologist team at Strofilia is applying new methods of wine-making, researching the results of using a variety of materials (different barrels) and techniques, envisioning new products based on grapes and studying ways to produce them.
The vineyards where the Agiorgitiko variety is mainly grown is located in the mountainous zone in Nemea, in the village of Asprokambos. The Rhoditis variety is grown in vineyards in mountainous Egialia, on the Mamousia plateau, where the ideal mesoclimate allows the grapes to develop their potential. The summers are warm and dry while the winters are harsh with a great deal of rainfall. In addition to Rhoditis, Chardonnay, Viognier, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot are also grown.