The Great Wine Tours in Serbia

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Day 1. Subotica - Palić
Wine tasting at the Cellar of Palić. Setting out for Palić, a fashionable resort and the center of the vineyard region will begin here. Lunch and wine tasting at the Wine Court in the village of Hajdukovo where we will be hosted by a real glass of wine! The famous bouquets of Chardonnay, Italian Riesling and Muscat Othonel. The finest red wine bouquets are Merlot, Pinot Noir and the authentic Kadarka. Lunch is the best combination of Serbian, Hungarian and Bačka-Croatioan (Bunjevac) cuisine. Depart to the Cvetni Salaš, the Floral ranch, where you will be taken in the horse drawn carriages to the dinner in the ambience of the Majka salaš where you will enjoy the sound of the string instrument "tambura" players.

Day 2: Čoka – Čenej – Novi Sad
After the breakfast we depart on the honey tasting tour in the village of Tavankut and then we continue to Čoka, a famous vineyard region. We will visit the Čoka Wine Cellar where the famous wines of the region will be tasted like the distinguished “Zdrebceva krv”, The Stallion’s Blood, or Sangria if you prefer it. The tour will be continued with visiting the “Sokolac” castle which is on Biserno ostrvo. The well known Muscart Krokan which is one of the most expensive domestic wines produced here. After leisurely lunch at the 137 “salas,” we arrive in Novi Sad where we will go to sightseeing tour at Petrovaradin Fortress and to the center of Novi Sad. A visit to a wine gallery where the Fruska gora wines and the best makes of Serbian brandy can be tasted. Dinner will be served in a national restaurant.

Day 3: Sremski Karlovci – The Grgeteg Monastery – Irig
After breakfast we will arrive at the museum town of Sremski Karlovci. Sightseeing and a visit to the Museum of Honey Making and the Zivanovic Wine-growers and then to the Rosa’s Wine House where we shall have the opportunity to test the quality and secrets of Sremski Karlovci wine. Italian Riesling, Rhine Riesling, Neoppanta, Zupljanka, Vranac and the authentic sort of “Bermet” are some of the types of wine that can be tested here. We will visit the Chapel of Peace and then visit the Vinum wine house where lunch will be served. After lunch the Grgeteg Monastery will be visited, than a short break at a farmstead will be taken and then the town of Irig will be seen including the Kovacevic Wine house where wines Rhine Riesling, Chardone, Vranac, Cavernet and Rose, which is made of five different wines, are produced. This tour will be continued with a visit to the 250 year old wine cellar owned by the Mulai family and the ethno-exhibition where dinner will be served with wine produced by Djordje Lukic. The night will be spent in the Norcev Hotel at the Fruska Gora Mountain.

Day 4: The Fruska gora – Vrsac – The Gudurica river – Veliko Srediste
After breakfast we will continue to the Banat Region. The fist break will be taken at the village of Kovacica, famous for naïve art of the Slovak ethnic group. We will continue with sightseeing in the town of Vrsac which is famous for wine, their pharmaceutical industry and the Millennium Sport Centre. Lunch will be in a pub restaurant. Visiting the Vrsac vineyards with the wine cellars in Gudurica and Veliko Srediste will be the next stop. Tasting of Muscart Hamburg, Banat Riesling, St.Djordje, Chardonet, Traminac, Othelo wines will help you sleep well at the Hotel in Vrsac.

Day 5: Beograd
Sightseeing and visiting the Vitis Wine Gallery. The Emporio cellar on the Mount of Avala will be visited with wine and champagne tasting and the village of Radmilovici where the testing cellar of the Faculty of Agriculture of Enology, will be visited. The night will be spent in Belgrade.

Day 6: Beograd
Day off for individual sightseeing, shopping and having fun.

Day 7: Oplenac
Visiting Oplenac The Mausoleum of the Karadjordjevic Royal Family, Topola the town of Karadjordje and the Vinca where the Aleksandrovic vineyard has been traditionally producing the distinguished Triumph wine as it was produced in the Royal wine Cellar. Lunch will be served in the Aleksandar Restaurant and visit to the 14th century monastery Ljubostinja and tasting of monastery wine. Arriving to the town of Krusevac.

Day 8: Ljubostinja – Aleksandrovac
Visiting the 14th century Ljubostinja Monastery and tasting the Monastery wine. Arrival to Aleksandrovac where the sightseeing of historic monuments and a walk to the vineyards will be arranged including the remarkable Poljana, the medieval settlement of Kozinka and the Drenca Monastery. Wine tasting will be experienced in one of the numerous wine cellars. Arrival to the town of Krusevac where the night will be spent.

Day 9: Krusevac
Visiti to the town of Lazar, who ruled Serbia in the end of the 14th century, and then to the Lazarica Church and wine-tasting in a wine-cellar. Afternoon off. Seeing the mosaic room in the Krusevac Town Hall, the Monument to the Kosovo Heroes, paintings by the famous Serbian artist Milic of Macva. Arriving at Aleksandrovac. Wine tasting in one of the many wine cellars in the surrounding areas. Return to Krusevac.

Day 10: Timocka krajina
Visit of the excavation of the ancient Roman town of Timacum Minus and the Rajacke pivnice which is a unique architectural complex of almost 60 wine-cellars that were built outside of the village from the 17th century on with the exclusive purpose to produce and store wine near the vineyards. We will have lunch in this unique ambience. The excursion continues to the town of Negotin where we shall visit the Archeological Museum and the birth house of the famous Serbia composer Stevan Mokranjac. The night will be spent at the Brestovacka Spa.

Day 11: Krnjevo – Smederevo
Visit the Monastery of Manasija from the 15th century. Than g to the small wine cellar of the Radovanovic family who’s Chardonet, Rhine Riesling and Cabernet Sauvignon are considered to be the best domestic wines. The tour continues to the town of Smederevo, one of the throne places of medieval Serbia, where the largest land fortress may be seen. It was built next to the Danube in the 14th century by the Serbian despot Djuradj Brankovic. The day finishes with a visit to a villa that belonged to the Obrenovic Royal Family after that we will return to Belgrade.

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