Croatia is a land of Vineyards, with more than 300 geographically defined wine regions in the country. Each wine region offers a number of vineyards with wine tours and tastings, which is the perfect way to taste your way through some of the country's best wines. Below we have listed some of the best wineries in the country for you to visit on your trip to Croatia.
This family owned vineyard is located on the peninsula of Istra. The winery offers a number of tours, wine tastings, food pairings and other wine experiences. Each tour or event is arranged by appointment and tailor made experiences can made made upon request. The winery offers stunning views with a relaxing atmosphere and high quality professional service.
Located in the village of Ponikve on the Peljesac peninsula, Milos Winery is the oldest family owned winery in the region. They specialize in high quality wines from organic grapes and also produce award winning olive oil. The winery offers tours of the vineyard, which educate guests on the family history of the winery and the process of making wine.
This winery provides guests with educational tours, tastings and cultural events and is located in the small coastal town of Orebic. The winery looks out over the picturesque Aegean Sea and provides guests with a first class experience. Visitors can enjoy dining at Korta Katarina or even staying in their newly established villa on the premises.
Located in Split, Putalj Winery offers visitors unlimited wine when they participate in a wine tour. The owner of the vineyard conducts the wine tours and provides guests with a knowledgeable experience as well as platters of local breads, cheeses and meats. The winery offers a pick up service from in and around Split, making this winery very easily accessible.
Situated in Smokvica, Toreta Winery is a small charming wine cellar which specializes in Posip, a local grape variety. The winery has spectacular views over the town and gives visitors the chance to look at the wine making equipment. The family run winery offers a combination of traditional and modern wine growing and making techniques which they explain through their wine tastings.