What distinguishes Domaine Sigalas amongst other top wineries of Greece is his owner’s – Paris Sigalas and his persistent experience in experimenting with new techniques of cultivation, pruning and winemaking, always with key references on the winemaking tradition of the Santorini Island, one of the most ancient “winelands” of the world.
Continuous experimenting and thorough quality control in every stage of the production and ageing guarantee top quality in all different labels produced by Domaine Sigalas. Your visit to Domaine Sigalas can become a real experience for you; a wine tasting room is dedicated in this experience, manned by a team of experts who are willing to do their best for all visitors.
Domaine Sigalas use 3 white varieties (Assyrtiko, Aidani, Athiri) and 2 blacks (Mandilaria, Mavrotragano).
The labels produced are the following:
(please note that a blend of at least 75% Assyrtiko is characterized as PDO Santorini):
- Aidani (dry white, 100% Aidani, steel tank fermented)
- Aa (dry white, 75% Assyrtiko – 25% Athiri, steel tank fermented)
- Santorini (dry white, 100% Assyrtiko, steel tank fermented)
- 7 Villages (100% Assystiko from 7 different “Cru” Villages, steel tank fermented)
- Kavalieros (dry white, 100% Assyrtiko, single vineyard, steel tank fermented)
orini Barrel (dry white, 100% Assyrtiko, barrel fermented)
- Nychteri (dry white, 100% Assyrtiko, late harvest, 30 months barrel aged)
- EAN (dry rose, 50% Mavrotragano – 50% Mandilaria, steel tank fermented)
- Mm (dry red, 60% Mavrotragano – 40% Mandilaria, 12 months barrel aged)
- Mavrotragano (dry red, 100% Mavrotragano, 18 months barrel aged)
- Vinsanto (naturally sweet white, 75% Assyrtiko – 25% Aidani, 7 years barrel aged)
- Apiliotis (naturally sweet red, 100% Mandilaria, 7 years barrel aged)
On the central road from Fira to Oia, there is an intersection approximately 1 km before reaching Oia, with a sign “Wine Roads – Domaine Sigalas”. The visitor has to turn right. Domaine Sigalas is located approximately 2 km after the intersection.
April, October, November
Monday – Friday: 10 am to 7 pm
Weekends: 11 am to 8:30 pm