Vouni Panayia Winery

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Rating: 4.2/5 (23 votes cast)


Vouni Panayia Winery is located in the Panayia village in Paphos region. Mr Andreas Kyriakides opened his winery in 1987 after 15 years of employment within the government oinological department in Limassol as wine analyst. Today the winery is producing over half a million bottles annually.

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Reviews

  1. Joan Gibson says:

    Vouni Panayia Winery is high up on the mountain road, just before the village of Panayia. It’s an hour’s scenic ride on the 637 bus from Karavella bus station in Paphos old town.
    We wandered in and were warmly greeted by the owner Andreas and his son Peter. We were offered coffee prior to a free wine-tasting, and then Peter led us through to the tasting room. We were the only visitors and Peter gave us his full attention for about half an hour. We hadn’t even booked – although we wished we had as we would have loved to have stayed for the home-cooked meze lunch and a tour of the winery and vineyards.
    Peter served us six different wines, accompanied by a generous plateful of delicious, home-made goat’s cheese. He described the grapes used for each wine, and told us all about how his father, his uncle and a cousin had started the business in 1987. Afterwards we were shown to a table on the terrace, with magnificent panoramic views, and served more wine of our choice, more cheese, grapes and home-made Cypriot sweets. And this was all absolutely free! Needless to say, we bought a few bottles of wine to take away with us – at very reasonable prices. Our favourite, the Alina dry white, cost just 4.50 euros a bottle.
    Thanks Peter and Andreas. Our visit was one of the highlights of our holiday. We will definitely book a visit and a meal the next time we are in Cyprus.

  2. Robert says:

    Really good wines to a modest price!

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