The Best Cooking Class in Santorini
A half-day tour of Santorini’s wine and cuisine. You’ll visit a local chef for a Greek cooking class after tasting local wine at two Santorini wineries. Cook classics including an authentic Greek salad and caramelized pork when learning about Santorini cuisine.
This small-group tour runs with just eight people for a personalized experience. Visit two Santorini wineries and learn about volcanic viticulture from a guide Sample up to eight different glasses of wine including assytriko and nykteri Learn how to cook some of Santorini’s signature dishes Small-group tour with a maximum of eight ensures personalized attention
On a 6-hour cooking class and wine-tasting tour of Santorini, explore the crisp volcanic wine of Santorini and learn how to make melt-in-your-mouth Santorini dishes.
Visit two traditional Santorini wineries to taste their vintages, then help a local chef prepare a three-course meal featuring signature Santorini dishes in a traditional restaurant.
At the conclusion of your cooking lesson, sample all of your freshly prepared dishes as well as the wine produced on the farm.
Best Cooking Class in Santorini
- In Santorini, a 6-hour led wine-tasting and cooking class tour
- Learn about Santorini’s unusual viticulture by visiting two traditional wineries.
- Up to 8 different styles of wine, including Assyrtiko and Vinsanto, will be sampled.
- A local chef will teach you how to make signature Santorini dishes.
- At the end of your cooking lesson, savor all of your freshly prepared dishes.
- In a fun and engaging way, learn about Santorini’s wine and flavors.
A personalized and intimate experience is ensured by small groups of no more than 8 individuals.
Pick-up and drop-off at the hotel
What To Expect
After being picked up from your hotel, talk to your guide about the island’s cuisine before heading to your first stop. Learn about the wine and the island’s unique volcanic soil, known as a spa, which aids in the production of mineral-forward wines with light notes.
Continue to the second winery of the day to learn about the different varietals grown on the island: assyrtiko, nykteri, and vinsanto. Stop at a volcanic winery to sample your first glasses of wine, and then continue to the third winery of the day to sample your second glasses of wine. Then it’s on to your cooking lesson.
Assist in the preparation of a feast of regional dishes under the supervision of your chef. The menu changes daily, but classics like tomato-flavored fritters, traditional Greek salad, and pork fillet caramelized with sweet Vin Santo wine are on the menu.
Sit down to eat when your food is ready. Pour yourself a glass of wine to compliment your creations, and end your meal with a glass of Vin Santo to do it the Italian way.
Since Santorini is built on a hill, if your hotel/Airbnb is inaccessible by car due to terrain, pedestrianized areas, or other restrictions, your pickup will be arranged at a nearby meeting point within walking distance of your accommodation, which you will be informed of after your reservation.