Alisachni art & wine gallery is a multi-space that combines the fine arts with the art of wine and the gastronomy of Greek cuisine. It is housed in a traditional 200-year-old building in the picturesque Megalochori including Small courtyards, 2 caves, a traditional house, an old cellar and a terrace overlooking the traditional Megalochori compose this complex.
In the gallery, the visitor will see paintings and sculptures by the painter Natassa Nikoletou, owner, who
also houses her workshop, as well as many other Greek artists, sculptors, potters and painters.
You will also see Jewellery from Greek designers. There are paintings and sculptures scattered throughout the restaurant, where the visitor really enjoys the visual arts with the art of wine. Our oenologists will take you to the old cellar and help you choose the wine of your choice as well as help you match it with the right dish based on traditional Greek recipes.
In the cellar you can find not only the wines of Santorini but also all the Greek vineyard, small wineries
from various parts of Greece that the owner and oenologist Alexandros Andrianopoulos has chosen, along with
wines from around the world.
In this special place one can eat or enjoy a glass of wine, a wine-based cocktail, or can enjoy a wine tasting. The place is open from the morning offering Greek breakfast and until late at night.
About Natassa Nikoletou
Natassa Nikoletou was born in Athens.
She started painting and sculpting at 1987. Although she learned next to the sculptor Gripari, she describes herself as self created.
Her sculptures are mostly made of aluminium, bronze and a combination of these materials on paintings.
She participated in a few group exhibitions not only in Greece but also internationally. She also had her own exhibitions in Nafplio at 2008 with the topic "short journey", in Athens at 2010 with "vehicle love" and in the Acropolis area at 2018 with "brightness dark".
Paintings and sculptures of hers decorate private collections in Greece and all over world.
At 2018 she left the Acropolis area where she housed her gallery and moved to the island of Santorini, where she hosts not only her creations but also those of other Greek artists.