Wine Tour of Brac Island
The Fruits and Hardships of Honest Dalmatian Living
- Location: Brač island
- Food theme: Wine Tasting with Exclusive Lunch
- Duration: Half Day
- Period: All Year Round
- Children friendly: No
- Max number of guests: 8
- INCLUDES: Private Transfer, Wine Tasting, Wine Pairing Lunch
Magdalena, the chef behind the extraordinary gourmet experience at Senjković winery, is also the winemaker’s high-school sweetheart! Spending her whole life in Brač, Maggie has developed an almost intimate relationship with the local tradition, cuisine and ingredients. The kitchen was always her creative outlet, so once she decided to take her cooking to a new level, there was no stopping her. Mastering the Michelin* skills alongside Croatia’s renowned chef Rudi Štefan of Pelegrini, Maggie is today the queen of her own gourmet kingdom, and her creations rank amongst those of finest Croatian restaurants.
By the world’s most beautiful beach
After an easy 50-minute ferry ride from Split, travel past some sky-high vineyards towards the Golden Horn (Zlatni rat), the famous shape-changing sandy beach in the village of Bol, on the island’s southern shores.
The Rock, an old wine cooperative
The oldest wine cooperative on Brač was established in 1903. Today, its space is occupied by Stina winery, which draws inspiration from Brač stone. The winery’s name literally translates to “the Rock” and their wines, made of Plavac Mali and Pošip grapes, speak very fondly of it!
Drink and eat at a winemaker’s home
Drive to the central part of the island to meet Saša Senjković in the village of Dračevica. His family winery is located in an old, traditional Brač house, filled with authentic details and that good, old-times feeling. Their wines - Bosso, Brocka Ric and the outstanding Spoza rose, coupled with delicacies prepared by the golden hands of Saša’s wife Magdalena, make for both a spectacular food and wine pairing lunch, and a real Brač experience.
Indulge in the magic of Brač
At the end of the day, you will feel immersed in the magical relationship between the Dalmatian karst and its wines. Brač, the island of harsh land and arduous work, teaches in every glance that when hardships are overcome, they give rise to small, but wondrous treasures of life, like great art and great wines.
- You might encounter other guests at the venues.
- Only private tours on request. No group tours to join.
- Images on this page are for illustration purposes only and the actual offer may differ.
- Not all dietary preferences can be accommodated.
- Smart casual dress code.
If you are looking for a genuine traditional experience on Brač, we can skip Senjković and head to historic Dol village for traditional lunch in local tavern.