This ruggedly beautiful winery is worth visiting both for its amazing setting and for its rich history. The small museum gives an interesting introduction to the history of winemaking in the region. The family had roots that went back to Egypt, and some of the artifacts preserved on-site show the dedication and hard work that went into making this a successful enterprise. Sitting out overlooking the caldera while tasting wines and small bites is a great way to spend a few hours.
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