We have visited quite a few times and taken friends and family who have stayed with us and always been made very welcome. We have been impressed with the talk and tour - if you want to watch the bottling, you need to check before going if wine is being bottled on the day you plan to visit. The lunch is very good, it has varied each time we have visited and should be booked prior to visiting - go with an empty stomach. The views are wonderful from the dining room. It is advisable to take something warmer to wear being as you will be at quite a high altitude unless it is summer. Our favourite wines are Status 99 and Persefoni wines, but that is our personal choice. The wines can be purchased from the winery or their butchers shop Kolios butchery on the Polis road, the prices are the same at either. Why not also visit a monastery about 1 mile along the road, turning left out of the winery. Another place with amazing views and worth stopping at. Well worth a visit.
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