Zakynthos has a rich wine-making tradition that dates back centuries, and exploring the island’s local wineries is an excellent way to learn about this fascinating history. From the rare and distinct Augustiatis grape to the lively Vostilidis, winemakers invite visitors to their boutique wineries for tasting experiences.
Art & Wine and Grampsas Winery & Restaurant are just two of the many options on the island, showcasing unique flavours of local grape varieties like Goustolidi and Augustiatis. Solomos Winery, located at the base of the historic Castle of Venice, also uses only grapes from local varieties for their wines, and its amazing location makes it a must-visit for any wine enthusiast.
Art & Wine
Art & Wine: Is a winery located in the Trilofos region of Zakynthos, near the mountain village of
Maries. The space houses two worlds of creation, an iconography workshop and a boutique
winery. You won’t find any commercial labels here, only wines from grave varieties that are
distinct to the Ionian islands like the rare, red Augustiatis and lively, golden Vostilidis.
Address: Maries, Phone: +30 2695 100 431
Grampsas Winery & Restaurant
Grampsas Winery & Restaurant: The Grampsas Family Winery is located in the hilly village of
Lagopodo, at the base of the mount Vrahionas on Zakynthos. The family’s goal is to showcase
the unique flavours of local varieties of grapes such as Goustolidi and Augustiatis.
Address: Lagopodo, Phone: +30 2695 092286, Website: https://ktimagrampsa.gr
Solomos Winery: Located at the base of the historical Castle of Venice of Zakynthos, where the family
has been producing wine for four generations. It uses grapes only from local varieties and all wines are
protected geographical indication. The winery is open to visitors, where they can taste wine and visit the
underground cellars. Address: Kydoni Phone: 2695 027700, Website: firstname.lastname@example.org)
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