Artemis Karamolegos Winery

Artemis Karamolegos Winery is based in the volcanic soils of Santorini and produces a wide portfolio of top quality, internationally acclaimed wines.

Location

Santorini

About the winery

Built upon the solid foundations of granddad Artemis’ winemaking tradition since 1952, this winery made a dynamic entry in contemporary winemaking in 2004, when grandson Artemis Karamolegos invested in the production facility and the privately owned vineyards, producing wine of Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) for the first time. Almost 15 years later, our wines keep earning prizes at international and domestic competitions while our export activities continue to grow on a yearly basis; we are currently the third largest winery of the island in terms of production volume.

Learn more about Artemis Karamolegos Winery and their facilities at:

https://www.artemiskaramolegos-winery.com/

Location

Santorini

Opening Hours

Monday-Friday:08:00 - 16:00

Saturday:08:00 - 16:00

Sunday:Closed

Summer Hours

Monday-Friday:11:00 - 20:00

Saturday:11:00 - 20:00

Sunday:11:00 - 20:00

Cellar door / shop
Yes - see more
Accommodation
No
Tastings
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Tours
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Restaurant
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Events / Weddings
Yes - see more
Languages
English, Greek
Children friendly
Yes
Disabled access
Yes
Region
Santorini
Country
Greece
Wines produced

Aidani, Terra Nera White, Santorini, 34, Pyritis, Nykteri, Mystirio, Terra Nera Rose, Terra Nera Red, Mavrotragano, Vinsanto

Grape varieties

Assyrtiko

Location

Santorini

History & Geography

This island’s unique terroir was forged by a huge volcanic eruption back in 1620 B.C.; a cataclysmic event which changed the face of the original “Kallisti” island once and for all, forming the largest caldera in the world and a volcanic ecosystem as we experience it today. This dry, sandy type of soil offers our vines natural immunity to Phylloxera; indigenous grape varieties like our spearhead, Assyrtiko, are being grown in Santorini for more than 34 centuries. The uniqueness of this wine region is characterized by the special “kouloura” way of pruning and the extremely old rootstock system. Harsh and climatically capricious, this wine region demands manual work and lots of effort from viticulturists.

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