Santorini Food & Drink

Santorini is known for its wines, with many wineries to visit. There are the Volcan Wines Museum and Winery, as well as the Antoniou Winery and the Boutari winery both in Megalochori. The Argiros Estate, Roussos winery are found in Mesa Gonia near Kamari. Noteworthy tooare the Hatzidakis winery and Santo Wines both in Pyrgos.


Food wise, Santorini is famous for its tomato products including cherry tomatoes and sun-dried tomatoes, as well as for its capers, unique white aubergines and fava beans (for a good fava dip). Family-run fish tavernas are wonderful, so are the tomato keftedes or patties that the islanders make. Also try the white Cloro cheese that is a Santorini exclusive, as well as the island's pistachio nuts.

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