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CENTRAL CROATIA WINES

Discover Zagreb's surroundings on our special tour around wineries and cheese factory.

  • Duration: 6 hours
  • Live Guide: English
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Do this because
  • Taste a variety of wines
  • Learn about cheese production
  • Enjoy a relaxed atmosphere

What to expect

Combine cheese & wine, and what do you get? A perfect day. Immerse in fabulous wine and food tasting that will make your heart sing. Learn all about cheese production from Šestak family and enjoy their beautiful estate. Then head to Jagunić wine cellar where you will be served with 5 different wines and homemade bread. Our tipsy tour ends at Braje restaurant winery where you will be served with three sorts of wine. During a tasting of wines, you’ll enjoy a domestic snack such as greaves pastry and copanjak.
 

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69 € 520 HRK / PER PERSON
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69 € 520 HRK / PER PERSON
Book now Get mobile ticket
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69 € 520 HRK
PER PERSON
Book now Get mobile ticket
Includes
  • Licensed tourist guide
  • Transport as per program
  • Guided visit of the cheese factory with tasting
  • Tasting 5 types of local wines sorts in a family-owned winery
  • Local wines and traditional food pairing in a family-owned restaurant 
  • Tips
  • Lunches unless indicated in the itinerary
  • All other items of a personal nature

Journey log

10:30 - meeting point at Zrinjevac next to Meteorological Post, drive towards Jastrebarsko
11:15 - arrive to Šestak family-owned cheese factory. Get familiar with estate and cheese production of several types
12:15 - continue to Jagunić wine cellar where 5 wines will be served with homemade bread and flavour neutralisations. Owner and oenologist will guide you to each and every wine they serve.
14:15 - drive to Braje restaurant winery – Three sorts of wine will be served accompanied with domestic snacks such as greaves pastry and copanjak
15:30 - drive back to Zagreb
16:30 - planned arrival to Zagreb


You will see
  • Zagreb panorama drive
  • Slopes of  Plešivica

You will visit
  • Family-owned cheese factory
  • Two wineries & wine cellars

Meeting point

Meeting point is at Zrinjevac next to Meteorological Post where you will meet the local guide.

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Know before u go

  • No extra fees are applied to this booking
  • Please check your e-mail one day before the tour starts for any additional information
  • The walking tour may have minor changes to the tour schedule due to weather conditions or some events in the city during the tour
  • The tour is held in all weather conditions, dress appropriately
  • Wear comfortable shoes because there will be a lot of walking on uneven surfaces

Points of interest

Plešivica

Are you staying in Zagreb, but looking for a perfect getaway from the hustle of a big city? Then a road trip to Plešivica is what you've been looking for.

It may be the smallest wine region in Croatia, but it has a lot to offer. With a long history of wine production, Plešivica has dozens of family wineries, growing mostly white varieties like Graševina, Chardonnay, Pinot blanc, Rhine Riesling, Sauvignon, and famous young red wine Portugizac. But Plešivica has one more ace up its sleeve. Because of the cooler, continental climate, carbonate soil and abundance of white grapes with high acidity, this area became famous for the production of sparkling wines. No wonder the area earned itself a nickname ''Little Champaign''. This magical place is a heaven for wine lovers who love to discover new boutique wineries while enjoying incredible landscapes. 

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Customer reviews

Everything was fine with the organization, but I really expected more.

Reviewed by Anna B.
15/11/2018

This tour was fabulous! We met some great people and tasted superb wines!

Reviewed by Mark
23/11/2018