Mykonian Farm Vineyard is our newest project. Apart from the by now well travelled Assyrtiko grape, other varieties seem to be sprouting up from the dry soil of the Cyclades land. It is a unique experience if you are on the island in September and try to get a sniff of the harvest, of wine making and naturally, of local wines produced by some of the local wineries. We put a lot of care to create a quality wine and have a high expectations for the near future and try to grow also other grape varieties native to the Cyclades, including Monemvasia, Serfiotiko, Athiri, Aidani and Mandilaria. We are trying to use organic and biodynamic methods in order to keep our plants happy and healthy. We do not have a winery, so vinification takes place elsewhere, but visitors are welcome to watch the harvest activities and sit under the pergola right next to the vines, sipping wine and tasting fresh produce from the farm.