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Tsangarides Winery, Paphos

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
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4.7/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
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  • Great wine, with great hospitality and a beautiful setting in the hills above the Paphos area. Staff were knowledgeable and we were lucky enough to have a tour and tasting with the wine maker himself ...  read more »
  • I've been a resident in Paphos for 14 months, Tsangarides wine was the first local wine I was introduced to on arriving. ORGANIC WINE!!!! I was blown away! The organic Shiraz Maratheftico a deliciousl...  read more »
  • Not the first time in Tsangarides winery, and definitely not the last one. We arrived around noon, mid August, with the sun at the highest point. The nice breeze though in the winery's terrace was a r...  read more »
  • Family run winery which has improved and grown immensely in the last 10 years we've been buying wine here. Very much worth a visit for a tasting and a tour.
  • Amazing place. The host is really hospitable, we tried different wines, bought some and after all he recommended us may be the best tavern on the island just in 2 or 3 kilometers, where we had great dinner.
  • Nice vine, bad food
  • If I was to choose one among many wineries I visited in Cyprus, this one would win the overall. Great vines, great host, beautiful views from the terrace, and the most important is the just amazing atmosphere. Bunch of regular customers coming to refill their vine shelfs and of course staying for a glass or two. Just perfect
  • Great place for an interesting story about the winery and wine tasting and shopping. Price per bottle from 5 to 10 euros. Be careful when choosing the roads, we paved route in advance, as there is no inèta and ehadi wild paths, where perhaps you cannot mount and ride kosagory, a woman had to immediately soldering from stress:)
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