Expect nothing less than fabulous when you book our premium wine tasting, because that’s exactly what we’re delivering. With our insider knowledge of the region, and with our connections with some of Istria's best winemakers, you'll have a time of your life. Our wine tour starts at winery Kabola. Owned by Markežić family, this winery has a long tradition of producing top-notch sparkling, macerated, semi-sweet and sweet wines. Glass of wine and peaceful surrounding will surely help you to properly unwind. Our next stop is Brtonigla, where we will visit winery Cattunar, owned by Cattunar family. The winery produces wide range of malvasia and teran in different styles and ranks. After short tour of winery and wine cellar, you will be presented with the wine production accompanied with wine degustation.
The Istrian Peninsula is renowned for its stunning landscapes, coastal towns, and fine wines. On this tour, take in all the highlights, including a delicious lunch with wine tasting at an organic winery. Shop for handicrafts in Grožnjan, enjoy truffle tasting in Motovun, and visit the UNESCO-listed Basilica of Poreč.
Choose this Kamenjak bike tour and go through areas of the nature reserve not accessible by vehicle, while getting to see some of the reserve’s most stunning areas up close. Bike helmet and bike rental, along with round-trip transport from Pula included. Plus, upgrade to add a wine-tasting experience if you’d like.
Decadent food, unique wine varietals, spectacular scenery – enjoy it all when you tour some of Istria’s best wineries with a professional guide. Start your afternoon with a delicious farmhouse lunch to whet your appetite. Visit 3 local wineries and taste a minimum of 12 wines. Learn about local grapes, from Malvazija and Teran to Istrian Orange wines. Chat with like-minded people, meet the winemakers, and let your guide do the designated driving.
Discover the underground world of Baredine Cave on a guided tour. The cave is home to thousands of stalactite and stalagmite formations, and it also contains a subterranean lake where an endemic species of non-pigmented salamander lives. After the cave, explore the on-site agricultural exhibit and taste Istrian wines.
Yes, there is wine in Istria. Really good wine. It is grown here since the Romans arrived 2000 years ago.Nowadays, a new generation of winemakers is rethinking traditional Istrian winemaking methods of their grandfathers by introducing different new styles and approaches. One of the newest hypes are the organic wines. However, at the three wineries we will visit, there are different sorts of wines you are going to try. From young and fresh wines, to aged, and one of those “organic” wines.This tour will give you insight on small "family" run business versus the known wineries. Imagine yourself drinking finest Istrian wines in a small cellar at a wooden table, or while sipping a fresh Malvazija you are listening to nature because you are in the middle of Istrian landscape.You can choose, would you like to go up north Istria or stay around Pula and explore our south wine region. Though different in taste because of different soil/terroir, either way you will no go wrong
Join us on a 5 day adventure in Istria and discover why this region is often dubbed the “Tuscany of Croatia”. This small peninsula is blessed with fertile ground and a mild climate that has for centuries been ideal for growing vine and olive trees. The Istrian soil is also home to the highest quality of black and white truffle, a delicacy you will also have a chance to try on one of our journeys. On our carefully crafted tours, we celebrate Istrian cuisine - which is an interesting combination of coastal and continental flavors. In addition, different cultures have contributed to its richness over many centuries, including Italian, Austrian and French.Book and/or give us a call!