The Gaia winery is one of Santorini's most beautiful; it is situated on the Eastern side of the island between the promontory of Monolithos and the popular beach-front town of Kamari. It is open to visitors from early May until mid autumn The winery is located in a refurbished tomato processing factory adjacent the famous black sand beach that stretches the length of the island's Eastern coast; this distinctive turn of the century stone building is rare relic of the commercial activity that once flourished in Santorini. Gaia completely refurbished the building and it now houses a state of the art winery where for well over a decade one of the island's most renowned white wines 'Thalassitis' is produced from the hardy Assyrtiko grape. Here visitors can tour the winemaking facilities, become acquainted with Santorini's unique viniculture and gain an insight into the production process. In addition they will have the opportunity to taste the full range of Gaia wines - including those produced in their Nemea estate on the Peloponnesian peninsula. Before leaving, visitors can also visit the traditional cellars where small quantities of a rare barrel-aged aromatic vinegar are produced. The winery is open to visitors daily from 10:00 to 18:00. Contact numbers : (+30)22860 71884, (+30)6932190994

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Gaia Winery Santorini is located in Kamari village
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