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Hideaway Winery & Fig Arbor

Organic quality wine, Italian country cuisine, stays, tours and picnic in the vineyard or fig arboretum.

At the top of Fejø in the middle of the island's most beautiful nature, Hideaway lights up in its Italian colors and style. The atmospheric vineyard is the place where time flows unnoticed, while you can enjoy the surroundings, the food and the wines from the restaurant. The country house has an area of 2.3 hectares and contains a winery, restaurant, vineyard and one of Northern Europe's largest fig collections planted outdoors. In addition, there are cozy cabins for overnight stays and Mediterranean plants, such as cork oaks, columnar cypress, magnolias and flax palms.

Lunch in the restaurant
The style is the Italian country kitchen including delicate salads. The ingredients are as much as possible organic ingredients from the local area. Eat your meal in the beautiful restaurant or in the courtyard under the fig trees.

A night at Hideaway?
Stay and prolong the delights and atmosphere of the delicious wooden cabins. Here you can enjoy a glass of wine on the terrace in the evening and wake up with a view of the vineyards.
The Rondo cabin can be booked here.
The Solaris cabin can be booked here.

Picnic in the vineyard
Share a wonderful lunch basket in the vineyard or among the beautiful figs in the middle of nature. Of course, there is a bottle of the winery's own wine in the basket in addition to Italian charcuterie, salads, the best sourdough bread, etc.

Field and winery
Hvidtfeldt-Gundersen wines are handmade wines made gently and with the fewest possible additives. By giving the vines optimal growth conditions and a reduced yield, they are naturally strong without the use of pesticides or fertilizers, and the geese hatch under the vines in the best ecological way. The winery's signature wine is the white wine "Goosefoot" made in the Riesling Feinherb style.

Guided tours are also arranged through the fig arboretum and vineyard, where you are led through wine and fig cultivation up close. More info about the tour, picnic and lunch here.