Your Guide To
On the outskirts of the village of Megalochori, a sleepy town with a penchant for great wine. This is not the most popular winery on the island but its quiet charm makes it among the favourites for our clientele. Expect welcoming staff and a great introduction to the local vintages, the food is fresh and delicious, maybe try the fresh figs and cured meats with your glass! Less popular only means less busy, the guest areas are well-appointed and the views are spectacular.
As with most of Santorini, the sunset here is spectacular. Plan to stay for at least 20-30 minutes past the actual setting of the sun and enjoy the crimson skies over the cliff's edge. You may also enjoy a tour and tasting to accompany the sunset experience. If you are visiting on a cruise, plan your return to the ship well and account for some traffic alongside the delay in peeling yourself away from the ambiance.
Planning Your Trip
We'd strongly recommend the sunset tasting experience, expect about $35 per person and be sure to reserve your spot in advance. You'll likely just enjoy a couple of glasses and nibble away at the delicious, fresh appetizers offered with the activity.
When You Should Go
Open daily from noon to 9pm, you'll get the most from your visit if you pair your pairing with the sunset.
What Else You Might Need
The winery is operated more as a dining space, where you are able to take a small tour for a small fee or opt to try some of their great food and incredible wines as a seated experience.
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