Anthelme Brillat- Savarin once said : „A meal without wine is like a day without sun“ and if a key part of your journey is enjoying a number of gastronomic delicacies accompanied by a glass of high quality wine, then you are in the right place. Let us introduce you to some of the best European wine regions, Slovenia, Croatia and Montenegro.

Let’s start in a wonderful oasis of quality wine, in Slovenia. Slovenia boasts of three exceptional wine regions enriched with numerous wines. Goriska Brda is one of the most famous wine regions. This is a land of gently rolling hills, covered with orchards and vineyards and dotted with small, forgotten villages. There is no mass production here, but the wine growers of Goriska Brda are world famous for the quality of their wine. But if you want to explore all three regions but do not have time, you can stay in Slovenian capital Ljubljana and enjoy wine tastings from all three region in many small wineries.

Your next destination would be Istrian Peninsula in Croatia. The most famous sorts are Malvasia, Teran, Muskat and Cabernet Sauvignon. You can spend several days exploring only Istrian vineyards and all of them are unique, tradition oriented with rich history and family owned. Istrian wine is a poetry of taste and smell, it is an inseparable part of the Istrian people, their passion and love, their deepest intimacy and open pride, are all part of this rich land under the sun. From Istria, take the unique winding roads to the big cities and small villages of Dalmatia. Due to the abundance of sunshine and the gravelly soil on which the vineyards are grown, Dalmatian wines are among the best and we can safely say that Dalmatia is one of the last wine paradises in the world. From Dalmatia, descend a little further south into the sun-bathed Montenegro. Montenegro is known for producing quality and top-quality wines, with a specific aroma and intense dark color, with a high alcohol content of between 12-15% and a large amount of extracts, which are sharp while young and later very harmonious. The favorable geographical and weather conditions of the shores of Lake Skadar and the coast of the Adriatic Sea allow successful vineyard growth throughout the year. Today, there are about 4,300 hectares of vineyards in Montenegro. A bottle of Vranac is one of Montenegro’s favorite souvenirs.

This short text journey through these three beautiful wine countries will not leave any true wine lover indifferent. If you want to embark on your true wine journey and experience the magic of these countries, take a look at the itinerary we have prepared for true wine lovers. (follow this LINK)