Nikos Polychronopoulos was born in Greece and comes from a traditional family of olive growers and traders-packers. He graduated as a Graphic Designer from AKTO College - Middlesex University. His passion lay in olive oil and, together with his brother, they are taking care of the family olive groves in Messinia.

They actively participate in the cultivation processes and have been running a boutique olive oil packing and trading family business, operating since 1935. He is a member of the panel of the Organoleptic Assessment Laboratory of the Hellenic Association of Industries and Processors of Olive Oil (SEVITEL) which is accredited and recognized by the International Olive Council (IOC) since 1-12-2015 in the organoleptic assessment of virgin olive oils.

He was one of the founding panel members of the Laboratory, which was set up in 2006 and was officially accredited in 2012. As a member of the panel he participated in a survey for the identification of the special characteristics of the Greek Protected Designation of Origin extra virgin olive oils. In 2018 he attended the University specialisation course in the organoleptic assessment of virgin olive oil in University of Jaén (Spain).