The winery with headquarters in Thessaloniki in the Greek region Macedonia
was founded in 1922 by Konstantinos Malamatinas in Alexandroupolis. It represents the world's most famous resin wine Retsina
which is filled in 0.25 and 0.5 liter bottles with crown cap closure. The significant yellow-green label of "Retsina Malamatina" shows the wine-drinking key-boy, whose belly is tapped by a key. The wine has 11% vol alcohol content and is mainly in the growing region Euboea in Central Greece
from the grape varieties Roditis
produced. The turnover of the company amounted in 2006 to 28.170 million euros and meant a net profit of 6.085 million euros. In Greece, the wine has a market share of 60%, in northern Greece of 92%.