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Boutari, J., & Son Wineries S.A., Megalochori
Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Complete your visit to Santorini with a sample of the local wine at Boutari, J., & Son Wineries S.A., winner of numerous international awards. The famous winery, established in 1989, has produced Greece's most popular wine for decades, using indigenous grape varieties from Greek regions. The grounds themselves offer beautiful spots to walk and admire the pristine white dome atop the winery. Learn about the wine-making process and the winery's history, then top off your visit with a tasting. A visit to Boutari, J., & Son Wineries S.A. represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Megalochori vacation route planner to plot your vacation.
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We came to this winery on a wine tasting tour that encompassed two other wineries so I cannot comment on the professionalism of their staff because our guide who was very knowledgeable did the tasting... read more »
On a Mediterranean cruise earlier this year, we opted for the winery tour excursion which took us to 3 different winery on the island of Santorini. Bourari Winery is the first one we visited and it wa... read more »
We visited several wineries and this one by far had great wines but more importantly the gentleman presenting the tastings is very knowledgeable and takes the time with everyone to explain the complex... read more »
I will always have a very special place in my heart for Boutari's Moschofilero wine. After plans to visit an off-shore volcano went awry due to dangerous weather conditions, we decided to rent a car and drive around the island, checking out (but not laying out on) the black sand beaches, and happened across this winery. During the tour, I remember feeling amazed by learning about the cleverly-pruned vines, grown in the shape of a basket in order to shield the delicate grapes from the wind, yet allow them to benefit from all of the minerals and acidity of the soil. The tasting room was bright and airy, and the staff welcoming--and even though weather outside was not ideal, the Boutari experience for us was a little taste of Santorini's sunshine.
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