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We've had a great time in winery and a museum. The hospitality of the family is outstanding. Tour is reach with information about local traditions and the museum collection is full of interesting pieces of guns and tools from 18th century.
Wine is very good...More
Such a great experience. The Tzivani family has been very generous with us. We have learned and experienced so much with them.
Even if you have already visited a winery, you should go visit them. They are part of the Greek experience.
This is a most due activity if you go in Greece. It's an hour off Athens and it's really a great experience. The wine is good and the visit is really cool. But for me, the people, the owner of the winery, are what make...More
We had a great visit and we were shown around the winery by Mrs Tzvani herself. The wine tour is free and you have a tasting afterwards. We have three children and they were kept enthralled by Mrs Tzvani enthusiasm about her winery. However, there...More
If you love wine - and I mean high-quality wine, not the one you get at every restaurant already filled in a glass carafe, a combination of water and vinegar - then you have to visit this winery between Thebes and Chalkis (near Ritsona). The...More
The winery is well worth a visit; the concept of biological wine itself is both important and interesting, and this family is showing their passion and knowledge for Greek winemaking tradition both through the informative tour and the impressive collection of items at their small...More
Date of experience: September 2015
2 Thank Henrik C
tzivanibiowines, Manager at Tzivani Winery, responded to this reviewResponded 25 September 2015
It was also a pleasure for us to meet you at the winery and museum.
I hope in your next trip to Greece to welcome you again as a guest.
Mr. Tzivani showed us the complete building in 3 hours, with very interesting facts and a lot of passion. The (free) tour included an unbelievable private collection of machinery etc, in his own museum. The (organic) wine was very tasteful and we can recommend this...More
We visited at noon, on the biggest summer christian celebration in mid August.
Enjoyed the hospitality, the tour, the friendly atmosphere and a magnificent Museum.
Obviously the last taste was the top one: We tasted excellent wines and bought some of then in great prices....More
Mrs Tzivani gave us a warm welcome and an excellent tour of the winery and museum. The location is breath-taking and the facilities outstanding.
Not to mention the wine that is absolutely delicious.
Mrs Tzivani went out of her way to cater for our visit...More
Date of experience: July 2015
2 Thank bol2nian
tzivanibiowines, Γενικός Διευθυντής at Tzivani Winery, responded to this reviewResponded 26 July 2015
Thank you for your positive feedback.
I hope to come and visit our area again and see you soon .
If you need anything just ask us .