The first vintage in beehives takes part towards the end of spring and that is when the familiar flower honey is collected among a variety of honey. Usually, the amount of flower honey is smaller because the swarm, over that period, is in growth mode.
In early summer, the hive is teeming population of bees. The swarm is at its highest level and that is the time when the colonies travel in the mountains of Achaia and surrounding provinces to collect honey fir, which constitutes the bulk of the production.
Nature shows us the way and helps us. If the swarm is thought to be at the peak of the same days when one of the most important plant-trees of our country, the fir, then it opens its hugs in order to receive millions of visits from forager bees.
In the beginning of autumn, bees have been recreated physically and numerically waiting patiently for autumn heather to flower. After collecting the precious nectar, which is also very healthy for humans, the swarms are slowly starting to slowdown and processing ways to stay alive during winter. They make their last trip in the annual cycle. The swarms have been taken away from the mountains and moved into the same place from where they started in spring. Our trip along with the bees never stops. Our primary concept is unceasing a pure rich region for the bees to feed.
Our vision is to explore the natural beauty of our whole country accompanied by the bee. The Greek honey is just one of the many riches that we have as a country.