Peljesac Peninsula is the place where some of Croatia’s finest wines are cultivated!
A typical day begins at around 9am and ends around 5pm, you will visit three wineries and there will be a visit to the medieval city of Ston plus a visit to the best vineyard in Croatia-Dingac and lunch with wine is included too!
We will start the day by driving to the Peljesac Peninsula, circa 1hr drive from Dubrovnik. Our first stop is a tasting room at a spectacular location near Dubrovnik, tasting several wines with an introduction to wine tasting by WSET and most importantly food and wine matching principles. After the first stop, we will take another 45 minute drive along the coast to reach the Peljesac peninsula, the main wine region for this part of Croatia.
Here we will visit 2 more wineries, Dingač vineyard, the historic village of Ston and also we will have lunch in a really superb seaside “konoba”.
During the day you will learn about Croatian wines, wine-making and lot more.
You will see the medieval and historic town of Ston, famous for the second longest protective wall in the world (after the Great Wall of China) and the oldest salt factory of that kind in the world! Here you will have some free time to see Ston. You will also taste some local olive oils of great quality and see some spectacular scenery during the day.