If you know that the largest European vineyard is located in one of the Balkan countries, and if you know that the Mediterranean climate dominates regions of the Adriatic coastline, then be sure that the wine produced by countries such as Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and North Macedonia is one of the best in the world.
We choose only the best wine makers and wineries, and their best indigenous wines produced in these regions. We tell the most interesting stories and offer the best wine experiences in the Balkans.
HOME TO A LARGEST EUROPEAN VINEYARD
Mega-popular indigenous Montenegrin varieties such as kratošija, vranac, žižak and krstač are something you must try when visiting Kotor or other parts of Montenegro. The stunning wine regions of Skadar Lake and Podgorica region offer some of the most amazing wine adventures. This is must see when visiting Montenegro.
HERZEGOVINA – BOSNIAN CALIFORNIA
Given that Bosnia and Herzegovina falls under two climate zones, the Mediterranean one, warmer and sunnier one, called Herzegovina, is the heart of wine production in this country.
Over 90% of production is indigenous varieties Žilavka (white) and Blatina (red), which are produced in various ways.
If you want to try biodynamic wines, Herzegovina is the place to be.
IN VINO VERITAS
We cover only a part of the best Balkan wineries with our tour portfolio. What we do not cover yet, we are happy to recommend and share knowledge with our guests. Read the best wine stories from our blog.