Built on the edge of the caldera just above the bay of Athens, the Venetian Winery was unique in that it was designed to take advantage of the law of gravity, given the lack of electricity at the time. Due to the slope of the ground, it was built on four floors, each with a different stage of winemaking and where the wine was transported with the natural flow. The Venetsanos family has a very long tradition in wine production. It was initially produced for the island and then exported extensively, particularly to countries such as Russia. The winery today offers you the opportunity to walk around and discover the history and tradition as well as the new winemaking techniques.