The oldest winery on the island has been making wine for 300 years. Not particularly modernized even though they recently acquired a “grape-press” and stopped stomping on the grapes to extract the juice. A warm and welcoming place where you can sip a glass of wine or take an informal tasting, eat a cheese platter and buy great bottles of wine. If you are planning a boozy BBQ bring your own bottles to fill up from the taps at €2.50 per liter. A guided tour has to be booked well in advance.
Love the crisp and tasty white Soma with it’s beautiful label, the red Sió surprised us being well rounded and rich yet not too heavy.
Quality over quantity is certainly true here. As the hot climate brings out the sweetness of the grapes they use 85% French oak and only 15% American barrels.