Relish delectable wine with this tour that traverses through the 4000 year old grape growing peninsula of Peljesac. Visit the winery with an expert guide and taste the variety of traditional locally grown wines, domestic brandy and liquors.
Pelješac is the second largest peninsula in Croatia, located in southern Dalmatia with an area of almost 350 km2. All the major civilizations, like Illyrians, Greeks, Romans, Venetians, French and Austro-Hungary Monarchy, left their traces in this part of the Mediterranean.
Pelješac was very important due to its natural resources. People traded in salt, fish, oil, seafood and wine. But this part of Dalmatia has long been known as a particulary fertile wine region. The culture of growing grapes dates back 4,000 years, from the ancient Greeks. Due to its specific geographic and climatic predispositions, this area has become a leading region in growing grapes and producing wine. We will visit one of the most famous Croatian winery. Our guests will participate in wine tasting of unique sorts of wine, domestic brandy, liquers, accompanied by a wine expert from the winery.