Two day wine tour
Two days, five wine tastings, local specialities, a dinner among the wine barrels, an overnight stay at a 4* wine hotel, a morning swim in the waterfall and a whole lot of hergezovinian lifestyle.
You start your day with a freshly brewed cappuccino and travel by bus to the Herzegovina Wine Region. On our first day, you will visit three of our favourite wineries, sample local wines and specialities, and we will also be active ourselves! You’ll go home with a very special souvenir: your own cuvée wine to toast with your loved ones at home!
You finish the evening with a communal dinner at the big table among the wine barrels, celebrating a successful first day – and cheering to a successful second!
After a restful night and breakfast at the wine hotel, you board the bus and begin the day with a dip in the Kravica waterfalls – a welcome reprieve from the heat of Hercegovina and a cure for any hangover!
Following that, you visit two more wineries, both of whom demonstrate that it is sometimes necessary to break with tradition and do your own thing to be successful. You finish the second day on the terrace of a lovely wine club with views of Herzegovina’s rolling hills, before returning to Sarajevo/Mostar in the early evening.
Please note: The minimum group size is three people. We reserve the right to cancel tours that do not meet the minimum group size – except for private tours. You wanted to book a private tour with friends or as a couple only? This is also possible on request – just email us.
I loved this tour! Our guide, Numa, was super nice and explained about the wine culture and wines in Hercegovina and we learned even more from the wine makers that were present at all the wine farms we went to and open to answer all our questions!
We tried a wide range of different wines, in some places straight from the barrel, which was a truly unique experience. I loved to learn more about our own autochthonous grape varieties Zilavka and Blatina too! And of course, all wine tastings were complimented by mezze – local specialties like cheeses and cured meats. The dinner between the wine barrels was my food highlight of the day – all locally sourced and produced!
My true highlight though was to make my own wine blend at one of the wineries! After learning everything about character, taste, acids, and all different kind of things about wine we could create our own blend from different red wines, cork the bottle and take it home. I cannot wait to try it with my friends!
It was a sensational weekend! We had the best time becoming acquainted with Bosnian wines, tasting tantalising vintages and to top it all off we all enjoyed a dinner amongst the wine barrels at the end of the first day. Our hosts, Nermin and Kathrin, were fantastic: friendly, funny and super accommodating and made us all feel comfortable. They have a great dynamic with the all the people they work with and it shows which makes the experience feel laid back and natural. We loved talking about wine, the history of the country, the culture and all the interesting and fun facts that we learnt. We cannot wait to open our own personalised bottle of wine, which we made on the tour, and share it with our friends. We highly recommend this experience of lifetime!
This is by far the best tourist tour I was part of. Great people, amazing guides with lots of fun facts about wine, grapes and stuff pertinent to the tour.
All wineries went out big with the food and wines and on this tour I tried most amazing wines in my life.
We tried numerous sorts of wine and rakija, starting with world’s first sparkling wine made of Žilavka, grape sort that is autochthonous to the Herzegovina region..
At one winery (Marijanović), we had a chance to make our own cuvee, blend of three sorts of red grapes, which was very fun activity to do.
At every winery except the wine, there was also food which was mostly sourced from locals and complimented wine perfectly. At every winery there was a short tour of the winery itself, where a person from winery showed us around and explained stuff about grapes and winemaking.
All in all, this was very fun tour which I’d recommend to everyone, from big wine aficionados, to people who usually don’t drink it.
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