Let me preface this by saying I am NOT a wine drinker. I came so that my fiancé could enjoy some greek wines, and since I enjoy food/food production and history I tagged along. The host was extremely knowledgable, she even knew all about Oregon wines, which as someone living in Oregon I had no idea other people in the world knew about. For me personally, as I come from a Phoenician/eastern mediterranean background, I especially loved the Phoenician story, and how they collaborated with the greeks in ancient times to intricately wrap grape vines in a way to that protects them. The host was attentive and knowledgable, and very well in tune with how her customers were feeling. She felt our excitement about that story and delved further in world history, wine making, and it was overall a great time. Also she was very kind, I said a bad word in Greek (under the assumption that it meant something else) and our host laughed it off. Imagine my horror when I looked it up later haha
Overall I had a great experience. I think it says something when I did the tour in October and I still remember it vividly to the point where I got around to writing the review in March. As you can tell, I recommend this wine tour, even if you don't drink wine.