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Not really. It is a wine life worth seeing and tasting. Do not over-expect re size of the cave and museum exhbition - this is just family run thing, but be prepared for a treat. Wine tasting under the olive trees with fantastic a-la Toscana...More
A very poor experience overall. The museum is a joke, very much like the ‘cave’. The wine tasting is rushed and in general the wine is basic and extremely overpriced for Cyprus. There are many more impressive winery’s in the vicinity...like Vasilikon.
Staying in Tala we decided to take a drive to Kathikas in the hope of finding a winery open. Following the brown and yellow sign to Winery and Museum we arrived at the Sterna Winery. To our surprise it was not only open on a...More
We popped in this winery yesterday and was really pleased we did , they gave us lots of lovely wine to try , some olives and bread 🍞
Told us about the wine and we found it a lovely place to go and relax .and...More
We always visit when we are in Cyprus and get a fantastic welcome from Savvas and his family . It is a joy to visit . Very small but what it lacks in size it makes up for in the service and friendliness . We...More
We were not sure what to expect. A small museum at the back, plenty of gift to purchase and of course the wine. No pressure to buy, lovely family run business. Lovely bread olives and tomatoes to enjoy with the wine.
Great afternoon visit, very welcoming and friendly, no pressure to buy anything.
Happy to discuss and explain their processes.
Many wines to try plus bread an olives provided free of charge.
Lots of locally produced items also for sale at fair prices, olive oil, olives,...More
Lovely little place, nice wine, well worth a visit, paticularly if you are not the driver.
Nipped in to buy a couple of bottles on route back to polis. Remember doing a tour here 10 years ago and us laughing at how stern the Sterna...More
We visited this on a bit of a punt, but are really glad we did! We were welcomed by the family & encouraged to see the museum (which could have done with a few explanations of the machinery) and the caves before trying the wine....More