Wine Tours

With several distinct wine regions, over 130 authentic sorts of vines and a number of highly individual wine-makers, Croatia makes for an exciting playground for all lovers of the Dionysian juice. Travel down the coast tracking the footsteps of Plavac mali grape to understand the impact of terroir, or explore wines aged in amphorae or buried on the seabed. 

Mostly produced in small quantities, and in family-run wineries, Croatian wines are still largely bound to the national borders. Hence, enjoying a wine tour is not only an insight into the exciting present of this important tradition, but it is also a unique chance to taste excellent wines scarcely available elsewhere in the world.  

Wine your way around Croatia: wine-tasting city tours, day trips to vineyards and guided winery visits

Wine tours guided by pros: savvy wine drinkers, sommeliers and even a Master of Wine 

Expert insight into the Croatian wine-making scene: our tours were designed together with vintners and sommeliers, and a lot of drinking

Experience Croatia's diversity: contrast the modern cellars to family-run wineries with a centuries-long tradition 

More than wine: our wine tours are unique cultural experiences which showcase landscapes and lifestyles of the region you are visiting 

Our Most Popular Wine Tours

Travelling to taste Croatian wines is a journey all tipsy of simple joys and ancient pleasures. Between the vine-covered hills of Istria, to the flatlands of Slavonia and the rugged slopes of Pelješac peninsula, experience the best of Croatian wines with our top wine tours:

  1. Wine Tour of Pelješac
  2. The Bibich Experience
  3. Wine Tour of Brac Island
  4. Wines of Hvar
  5. The Home of Zinfandel

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Wine Tours

Our Favorite Wines

  1. Bibich Bas
    de Bas
  2. Matošin Babić
  3. Galić Rose
  4. Korak Pinot
  5. Tomac Classic

Wine of the Month

Malvasija Dubrovačka 2018
Malvasija Dubrovačka 2018
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Wine Stories!

Galic Winery
Winemaker Josip Galić has invested over 50 million kunas into building a winery equipped with the best contemporary machines. Despite that, they are determined to remain a boutique winery oriented toward producing so-called serious wines and making Slavonia region the next Tuscany. They are well-aware that the expensive machinery won’t so much contribute to the wine quality as investing in the vineyard. As of this year, they are expanding the business and have invested another 8 million into growing blueberries and chestnuts. Galić wines are distributed in 11 countries so far but they plan to increase their export and conquer new marketplaces.

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