Wine tour Dubrovnik
After many years of experience in Wine bar Malvasija and considering guests' wishes and ideas, a small group of sommeliers have come up with a new and improved wine tour. The tour itself offers a unique experience which will satisfy every palate.
The road to the peninsula takes about an hour. Our first stop is Mali Ston where you will taste one of the best oysters in the Europe. Arrival in the ancient city of Ston, famous for second longest walls in the Europe and the brine originating from the Roman era. After visiting Ston, we will stop in three wineries where we will taste typical Croatian wine grapes.
During wine tasting, the wine growers will tell you interesting stories about the production of wine (from vine to a glass). Unspoiled nature with a sea breeze and beautiful scents of various herbs will leave you breathless.
On our way back we will pass through the most spectacular vineyards in the Europe called Dingač. This wine tour finishes in a family tavern by the sea with a pleasant home atmosphere and of course, high-quality wine.
This wine tour will put emphasis to the Malvasia, an indigenous wine of the Dubrovnik Republic. Konavle tour includes a visit to three wineries with wine tasting of Malvasia, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Maraština and Muškat. This tour is not based only on the wine and wineries; Konavle also has a great culture heritage. After our visit to Crvik winery, we will visit the old mill on the spring of the river Ljuta. The family flour mill is restored in its original form. Women will tell you about the traditional way of milling flour. A girl in a folk costume will serve you a welcome drink, arancini (traditional sweets), almonds, dried figs and homemade liqueurs. Her dress is made of wool, produced near the spring of the river Ljuta where an ancient tool for traditional wool processing is located.
In the picturesque village Dunave you will get the opportunity to enter the fort Sokol, recently restored. The fortress was first mentioned in 1391. and was a property of the Bosnian nobles who shortly ruled the Republic of Dubrovnik in 1420.
After visit to the tower Sokol, we will drive through the vineyards and pause in the winery Bratoš, home of one the oldest wine producers. The local vine producer will prepare his best wines which you can taste while strolling through his magnificent vineyard. After visiting Molunat our tour finishes with a lunch in the restaurant with the sea-view.
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