Naxos Saint Anna Winery in Potamia

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Location: Potamia

Named after the small historic chapel of Saint Anna, Saint Anna Winery has been embracing the delicate art of winemaking ever since 2016, when it was founded by Emmanuel Petrakis. The estate is located in the picturesque settlement of Kato Potamia, a tiny village that is famous for the exceptional quality of its local products. The long tradition of wine-making dates back to 1940 for the family of Emmanuel Petrakis, who turned his dream into reality by establishing Saint Anna Winery in order to honor his ancestors and the land of Naxos. Upon visiting Saint Anna Winery, you will certainly feel a nostalgic breeze that will take you back many years into the past and introduce you to the authentic rural life of Naxos.

The winery offers a selection of fine wines with unique properties that will entertain your senses of smell and taste. All the wine is carefully produced, with love, skills, and technical knowledge, and the results are sure to satisfy even the most demanding palates. Sweet or dry, white, red and rosé wines are some of the options you will have the opportunity to try out during an unforgettable wine tasting tour. Thanks to this tour, you will also discover the secrets of winemaking and learn about each stage of this complicated process while strolling around the winery’s facilities. The wine tasting will take place in the countryside, where you will have the chance to get a taste of some fascinating local delicacies as well.

A fusion of different tastes and aromas will elevate your travelling experience and offer you a glimpse into the magical world of winemaking!





1 Reviews

  • Sara Foster 22 Jun 2023
    Charming Winery
    This winery is worth a visit. It is beautiful and quaint, with great wine and friendly helpful staff. It is however, very small, so it is a good idea to make a reservation/schedule a tour. We just showed up and they were very gracious and gave us the full tour with tasting, but it would have helped them prepare if we had scheduled. We also bought bottles of wine and they provide bubble bags for traveling with wine bottle. They also have the 9th century Saint Anna chapel on site for viewing.