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The wine tour was very enjoyable and exceeded expectations. The tour guides were very pleasant and handled those who spoke English as well as those speaking German.
This was brilliant value, and one of the highlights of our stay in Dubrovnik. We visited five vineyards, from very small (two and a half acres) to large commercial operations, and were offered at least two wines at each as well as some mysterious and very potent spirits - so don't make ambitious plans for the evening! The owners were all friendly and welcoming, and in the case of the excellent dessert wine, gave an enthusiastic and very interesting talk about its production. The rustic lunch is excellent, and the woolen mill is idyllic and our young guide was superb. Very highly recommended.
It was an excellent tour -we enjoy the tour the nature and the wine. Try it !
Tour was great fun. Enjoyed the experience, the owners of the vineyards were not at all pushy in trying to sell produce. It has been a long time since I rode a kiddy train ride - great fun
Great time, great people. I would highly recommend this trip.
Nice wines, friendly staff, and the train is fun. The lunch is basically bread, hard boiled eggs and bacon, which may not work well for some people, but I liked it well enough. No hard selling at any of the vinyards, which was nice.
This wine tour was a very enjoyable and well organised trip. We had the opportunity to visit 5 different vineyards and meet the families running them. Lots of delicious wine and foods were available to try. The train ride was fun as well and there was some beautiful scenery to enjoy.This trip was excellent value for money.
A bit disappointing not much wine and lunch was poor.
poorly organized. bad guides. tour in both German and English took lots of time. Too many people, not everyone got a seat at the stops. stop at mill was irrelevant. lunch turned out to be bread and boiled egg.
should have had water on the bus, old people were suffering. no cellars. very little wine.