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Top wine cellars in Slavonia, Baranja and Srijem​

An unforgettable weekend filled with fine wine and fine dining

The fertile plains and hills of this region have attracted civilizations for thousands of years. The tradition of winemaking in these areas began in the 13th century. Along with the development of winemaking, the Slavonian cuisine was also imbued with influences from the east and the west. Rich local ingredients and top quality wines compose a top gastronomic adventure one must experience.


A visit to the oldest and most modern wine cellars

Tasting the most famous and award-winning wines

Exploring picturesque towns and villages with a long standing wine tradition

Tour duration: 4 days

Note: For guests arriving to Zagreb the day before departure, it is possible to organize accommodation, dinner and a Zagreb city tour the following morning (theme tour wine, beer, food). Guests arriving to Zagreb on the morning of the day of departure can join the sightseeing tour. It is also possible to arrange lunch with a traditional Zagreb menu before the departure.  Each tour can be tailor made to last longer or shorter.




Day 1.

Arrival to one of the most important wine regions of continental Croatia – Slavonia. The accommodation – the wine hotel –  is situated in a picturesque vineyard in the heart of Slavonia.  Welcome drinks are served in their wine cellar while the experience of traditional cuisine and fine wines awaits  in the restaurant overlooking the vineyards.


Day 2.

Reserved for a visit Kutjevo wine cellars.

Arrival to Kutjevo after breakfast. Kutjevo is one of the strongest wine centers in Croatia.

With a tradition dating back to 1232, Kutjevo Cellar is one of the oldest cellars in South East Europe and is the owner of the largest wine archives in Croatia. Kutjevo is now widely known and world-renowned for Kutjevo’s Riesling, gray and white pinot, traminac and Rhine Riesling, wines that began to be archived in 1873. You will see one of the largest Slavonian oak barrels where the Queen of Wine- Riesling –  is kept and discover an interesting love story from the Kutjevo cellar between Maria Theresa and Baron Franjo Trenk, followed by the tasting of top wines of this oldest wine cellar in Croatia.

 Arrival to one of the best family Winery in this region. Wine tastings accompanied with interesting information on winemaking are held by a professional sommelier where you shall get acquainted with the most important stages and details of wine production. You will be introduced to specific characteristics of various grape varieties, the Krndija climate and traditional winemaking techniques used in this family vineyards.

 Visit to another fantastic Winery,  “technological winery miracle  in the heart of Slavonia”, one of the most modern Croatian wineries.  Wines have won numerous awards, which confirms that the company is one of the most successful Croatian wine producers. A professional tour of this outstanding winery, the opportunity to taste not only the wines but also  their excellent cuisine makes this experience a truly unique and unforgettable one.

In the afternoon we leave the beautiful vineyards of Slavonia and continue our journey to Baranja, the “mother of wine”.

Baranja where every house tells a story of ancient times still alive today by cultivating tradition and authenticity. We are located on the family  farm  where friendly hosts welcome us with a traditional Baranja dinner and fine wine from local producers. A rich Baranja breakfast awaits you in the morning.


Day 3.

After breakfast, we continue our gourmet adventure. We will get to know the Baranja tradition of winemaking, travel the wine roads  and surduke (gorges) that are widely known for their rich wine and gastronomic offer, hear the legends of the area, admire the incredible views and much more.

In the restaurant of a famous winery you will be welcomed by a traditional Baranja lunch (catfish, perklet (meat stew) …..) and you will have the opportunity to pair their wines with gastronomic delicacies of this region. In this wine cellar, one can surely experience the hundreds of years old story of Baranja surduke (gorges).

Their wines have so far been crowned with numerous gold medals for quality and multiple design awards and a completely original approach to equipping bottles of wine with labels showing rare and endangered bird species in the Baranja area.

After lunch we continue to the fantastic Baranja where we come to one of the oldest and by far the most beautiful wine cellars in this region, located in the center of the vineyard.

Nearby we will visit their Lookout, surrounded by millions of grapevines, a place to take a break and enjoy the vast acres of vineyards, landscapes of the Croatian Danube region and the city of Osijek.

The right place to get to know their best wines is the old basement. Dug into a hill 5 centuries ago, this fantastic building hides three floors of long corridors filled with barrels of the finest Slavonian oak behind its heavy doors.

If you would like to bring the flavors of Baranja home, the souvenir shop offers a wide selection of wines, Baranja cured meats and many other Baranja souvenirs.

In the afternoon we leave the magical Baranja and leave for Ilok, the easternmost city of the Republic of Croatia. The town of antiques and wines houses Ilok wine cellars which helped make Ilok the wine destination not only of the Srijem vineyards and the Croatian Danube region but also of this part of Europe and the world, as demonstrated  by numerous awards won at the most prestigious domestic and international wine shows. Ilok wine cellars are the only Croatian wine cellars marked on the European wine region map.

 Arrival to Ilok cellars.

The restaurant where we will have dinner is located in the former winery making it authentic and giving it a distinctive Srijem flavor.

Cozy and warm, with home-made delicacies paired with the superb wine list of Ilok cellars, the restaurant does not leave even the greatest eno-gastro connoisseurs indifferent. We spend the night in the beautiful rooms of Ilok cellars overlooking the Danube.


Day 4.

A delicious breakfast is followed by a visit to the 15-century old Castle, which is the central building of the medieval center of Ilok and houses the Ilok City Museum while the famous Ilok cellars are located below the building.

The visit to the castle is followed by a tour of Ilok cellars with wine tasting expertly guided by oenologists or sommeliers. Old cellars dating from the 15th and 18th centuries will fascinate you with their history and the stories they tell.

Here we will observe wines that are just ripening in oak barrels and also valuable archive wines.

With the Traminac Express tourist train we will take a guided tour of all the major historical sites in Ilok.

The train will take us to beautiful estate where we will be served an aperitif and enjoy the views  of Ilok, Srijem and Backa from its famous lookout point.

 Arrival to a top restaurant. On the Danube shore, on a large terrace overlooking the magnificent and mighty river, a rich lunch awaits us.

After lunch we leave for Zagreb. 

The tour included:

– Transfer

– Accommodation with half board

– Three lunch in restaurants with traditional Slavonia and Baranja cousine

– English speaking professional tour guide

– Tickets to all attractions visiting

– Wine tastings



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