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This wine museum offers an insight to the history of local wine making. Entry fee is €2 per person (Aug 2018). You can see how wine was made, stored and the tools used in the making. You can as well taste the local wine. When...More
We visited this place, in July 2018, in the context of the 30th international conference of philosophy, together with the conference participants. The place is very impressive, the building is unique and offers local wines that are produced by the "United Wine-making Agricultural Cooperative of...More
My partner is really into wine and was keen to visit this place. We walked from the other side of town. Although interesting enough, for a quick walk around and we helped ourselves to some tasters. I’m sure if you were so inclined you could...More
We visited 3pm in early June (season not started yet) so this maybe why it seemed a bit sleepy. Bloke on the door sold us our tickets and then we wandered around the empty (of people) building. Several rooms showing wine making machinery - mostly...More
The wine museum in Vathi city consists of a beautiful cellar. We did some wine tasting and wondered around, but nobody explained anything. Apart from some name tags, there was no information about the exhibits and how they were used. We were a group of...More
We took a walk from Samos town to the museum, we had a small stroll in the museum but the best were the girl that talked us through the local wines. If we hadn’t had her we would have had a lot less good experience...More
Went to this museum in Samos Town. They got some nice stuff exhibiting wine making history, After we walked ariund the museum we were told by a very nice woman who worked there that Three glasses of wine were included in the admission fee and...More