Santorini Wineries

Santorini is known for its stunning scenery and dazzling sunsets. But it’s not just a pretty island.

The island’s volcanic soil is like magic dust for vineyards, giving birth to the zesty Assyrtiko white wines the island is becoming famous for.

Choose from a variety of tasting options. If this is your first stop, the Intro-to-Santorini flight is a great starting point. Or focus on one area, like all white wines or premium and rare selections.

Gavalas Winery

The Estate Argyros Assyrtiko grapes come from vines that are at least 100 years old. They recommend aging it for up to 10 years, which will make it even more complex.

Estate Argyros

Gaia's Santorini wines are all made from Assyrtiko in a variety of different styles, including oaked and unoaked. Gaia also makes excellent Vinsanto dessert wine.

Gaia Wines

The winery is located about 10 minutes outside the center of Oia. You can book a guided wine tasting with paired dishes. Or choose your own pairings by ordering from their à la carte menu.

Domaine Sigalas

While I didn’t personally visit these wineries, they are known for having incredible views of the caldera. If you want to check them out, I’d suggest having lunch or dinner there.

Santo Winery And Venetsanos Winery

This underground museum was built in a 300-meter-long cave by the Koutsogiannopoulos winemaking family.

Santorini Wine Museum

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