Open Doors 2017 at Ktima Gerovassiliou

22 May. 2017

Once again, we look forward to welcoming to the estate all friends of vine and wine, of all ages, old and new, to celebrate Open DoorsSaturday, 27 and Sunday, 28 May 2017, Ktima Gerovassiliou opens the doors from 11 am to 7 pm, for tours, wine-tastings and parallel events with free entrance. 

Saturday, 27 May 2017, 11.00-19.00
12.00 “By word of mouth: Epanomi, a place to call home”
Launch of our new publication

Sunday, 28 May 2017, 11.00-19.00
12.00 “Po and the Vine & A Loud City”, by Nefeli Walking Undercover
A musical fairy tale about little Po, who left home-the vineyard- to travel to the loud city. Written by Nefeli Liouta and ready to be presented by Nefeli herself and six more musicians to children of all ages.   

During the weekend

  • Tours
  • Wine-tastings
  • Book bazaar: books on vine, wine, food and culture
  • Wine from...Gerovassiliou: enjoy your meal at the taverns of Epanomi with wine bought from the estate!


Parallel events schedule in detail:
Saturday, 27 May 2017, 12.00
 “By word of mouth: Epanomi, a place to call home”

Launch of our new publication

26 wonderful stories by people that chose our village, Epanomi, to become their own. 

Kallia Papadaki, the writer, will present the publication.

Sunday, 28 May 2017, 12.00
“Po and the Vine & A Loud City”, by Nefeli Walking Undercover

A piano, a violin, two guitars, a clarinet, a double bass, a hug full of percussions and many voices will tell on Sunday the story of Po, who left from the vineyard at the end of the earth one morning to travel to the big city:

Little Po lives with his grandmother in a vineyard at the end of the world. He has never seen a car; neither does he know what an elevator is. Then one morning everything changes.  Po will take an unexpected trip. On the way, he will come across tall buildings, loud shops, unusual figures, teams that shout at the top of their lungs. He will make new friends and hear stories like no other story before. At the square city, who can now remember Pos’ vineyard?

The fairy tale is inspired by the vineyard of Ktima Gerovassiliou and will be presented for the first time at Open Doors. All songs come from Nefelis' Liouta album record “Nefeli Walking Undercover”.

Nefeli Walking Undercover
Nefeli Liouta: fairy tale – lyrics – music | piano – violin – vocals
Nikos Tselios: acoustic guitar – vocals
Romanos Lioutas: electric guitar – vocals
Erato Altoka: vocals
Zacharias Fotis: clarinet
Dimitris Konstantakopoulos: double bass
Konstantinos Zambos: drums

Nefeli Liouta was born in Athens, Greece, in 1989. She is a law student in the University of Athens, musician, composer, violin teacher, story maker/teller and amateur filmographer. She works as a violin teacher and with music ensembles for children (2011 to date, F. Nakas conservatory etc). She has released 4 independent albums under the nickname  ‘Nefeli Walking Undercover’ and has created 2 musical and 3 simple fairy tales. The music is structured by violins, pianos, glockenspiels, kalimbas, cupboards, newspapers, voices of polyphony, the Greek language.