Tasting charters in Croatia

Croatia has a rich and historical wine heritage and some of the best winery’s can be found along its shores between Split and Dubrovnik. Tasting is always accompanied with nibbles or with prior reservation, a meal so its the perfect way to sample real Croatian cuisine.

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Tomic Winery

Located in Jelsa on the Island of Hvar, Tomic winery is built around a Roman villa. The tasting is conducted in a unique underground room carved from the stone with vaulted ceilings supported with travertine marble coloumns. A tour of the manufacture accompanies the tasting and you can choose to join a public tasting with 4 wines and local nibbles (1 hour) or a private session with 8 wines and nibbles (2 hours). Visit website

Toreta Winery

This tiny winery in the town of Smokvica, on the island of Korcula is famous for its “Posip”, sweet white wine. The daughter of the owner speaks good English and you can sample local cheeses with a variety of their wines  Visit website

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Milos Winery

Milos winery has been on the same piece of land for 500 years and cultivates mainly organic wines from the Plavac Mali grape. Its located in Ston, where the famous oyster farms are located so you could combine your trip with a visit to both. Fine wines and fresh oysters, what could be better!  Visit website

Rokis winery

Rokis farm is a restaurant winery in the middle of the island of Vis. A visit is a great experience. With a prior reservation they will collect you. Their food is cooked under a metal baking bell, you can choose from meat, fish or Octopus, all served with their own wines.  Visit website

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Wine and olive oil tasting on Brac

This little family owned business on the island of Brac is a rustic delight to visit with its local stone built buildings which have been in the family for 365 years! The specialities are a red wine from the “Plavac Mali” grape, Grappa and their own olive oil.  Visit website