Gali Winery

Gali Winery

Family run winery spectacular views of the Gallipoli Peninsula

Product ID: 32970
Description

Gali Vineyards are uniquely situated facing the Sea of Marmara, the Dardanelles and the Aegean’s Gulf of Saros, with spectacular views down the spine of the Gallipoli Peninsula.  The vines grow naturally kissed by the breeze and mist from both seas.
The name Gali means precious, valuable, beyond its limits.
Being a family owned company, they are passionate in the pursuit of the goal that Gali will produce great red wine that is truthful, natural and reclaims the region's tradition as a winemaking region. Gali is led by the philosophy that "A passion does not compromise".
The winery is located in the vicinity of the vineyards (13 km) at Evrese in the Gulf of Saros. Both the winery and wine cellar are constructed with local stones, and the architecture allows for a “Gravitaire” way of winemaking without using pumps.
Gali wines are natural, 100% grape juice, and without additives. Indispensable sulphur dioxide is at its lowest level.
Lysimachia, a city created by Lysimachus is situated only a few miles away from the vineyards. The Lion coin...

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Gali Vineyards are uniquely situated facing the Sea of Marmara, the Dardanelles and the Aegean’s Gulf of Saros, with spectacular views down the spine of the Gallipoli Peninsula.  The vines grow naturally kissed by the breeze and mist from both seas.
The name Gali means precious, valuable, beyond its limits.
Being a family owned company, they are passionate in the pursuit of the goal that Gali will produce great red wine that is truthful, natural and reclaims the region's tradition as a winemaking region. Gali is led by the philosophy that "A passion does not compromise".
The winery is located in the vicinity of the vineyards (13 km) at Evrese in the Gulf of Saros. Both the winery and wine cellar are constructed with local stones, and the architecture allows for a “Gravitaire” way of winemaking without using pumps.
Gali wines are natural, 100% grape juice, and without additives. Indispensable sulphur dioxide is at its lowest level.
Lysimachia, a city created by Lysimachus is situated only a few miles away from the vineyards. The Lion coin on the Gali bottle belongs to King Lysimachus, who became King after Alexander the Great. The legend says that Lysimachus hunted lions with his bare hands.
Visiting wine lovers can enjoy wine tastings and gourmet lunches and dinners of delicious local foods (lamb meat, goat meat, fish andfresh vegetables from the garden) on the terrace in the Gali vineyards surrounded by magnificient sea views.
Guests can also see two unique bunkers from World War II in the vineyards.

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About this activity
Advanced Booking Required
Yes
Seasonal Activity

All year, with reservation.

Languages
English, French
Opening Hours
During day time
The meeting point

Hasan Basri Pekcan cad.no:38, Evreshe, Gelibolu, Canakkale

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Highlights
  • Family run winery
  • Wine tastings
  • Two bunkers from World War 2 in the vineyards
  • Magnificient sea views
  • Gourmet lunches and dinners
Nearby
  • Evrese, Güneyli, Adilhan villages
  • Gallipoli town
  • Local small fish restaurants 
  • Golf of Saroz sand beach
  • Lysimachia city
Grape varieties
  • Merlot
  • Cabernet Franc
  • Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Viognier 

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Payment should be made one month prior to the visit

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Product ID: 32970

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