Located on beautiful Santorini, the Koutsoyannopoulos Wine Museum has everything a visitor would want to know about winemaking in one of the most unique places on earth. With the Koutsoyannopoulos’ family knowledge and through the historical exhibits, guests will get a glimpse of what was the life of a wine producer in Santorini in the old days.
This is a one of a kind museum, nestled inside the rock, a natural labyrinth, eight meters below the ground and 300 meters long. It took twenty-one years of hard work, patience, and perseverance to complete this wine museum in order to share the family’s passion and love for tradition and great wine-making.
Throughout the museum, there are many representations of what life was like for vine-growers dating all the way back to the 1600s. Visitors have the opportunity to learn the history of wine through an audio guide available in 14 languages or a guidebook (available in 22 languages). They will see all the stages of the winemaking process from vine to wine as well as a range of machinery used in the vineyard and for the winemaking from the old days to today, valuable equipment used by past generations to producing high-quality wines.
At the end of the tour, we invite guests to taste four of our best wines in our specially made wine-tasting area that will enhance the experience.
As fourth-generation wine-makers, we are proud to continue producing high-quality wines with the knowledge and methods passed down through decades of vintages.