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Dubrovnik is a coastal city in Croatia renowned for its stunning beaches and ancient walled city. But did you know that the area around Dubrovnik is also home to some of the finest wine estates in Europe? From organic to biodynamic, there are plenty of options when it comes to exploring Croatia's vineyards.

Top 5 Wine Estates Near Dubrovnik

Here's a look at five of the best wineries near Dubrovnik, after which, why not take the time to peruse the Wine Tours in Dubrovnik curated just for you by tabl.?

Kabola Estate

Located just outside of Dubrovnik in the heart of Pelješac Peninsula, Kabola Estate produces some of the region’s finest wines, including their award-winning Chardonnay and Malvasia grapes. The estate has been producing wine since 1889 and offers guided tours and tastings for visitors.

Kabola Winery was recently modernized and now features a large stainless steel tank room where all their top-notch wines are fermented and aged before being bottled. They also have an impressive underground cellar which houses some very special old vintages that can be tasted in their tasting room by prior arrangement only!

In addition to producing excellent wines, Kabola Winery has become renowned for its commitment to sustainability - they use solar energy throughout its estate and have taken great care not to damage or disturb the surrounding environment when harvesting its grapes.

Kozlovic Winery

This family-run winery is located in Orebic on the Pelješac Peninsula and specializes in Dalmatian varietals such as Plavac Mali, Pošip, Babic, Rukatac, and Dingač. Kozlovic Winery offers wine-tasting experiences with various local delicacies available for purchase onsite.

Kozlovic Winery is one of the oldest and most historically significant wineries in Croatia. It has been producing world-class wines since 1901. The winery produces a range of red, white and rose wines from indigenous Croatian grape varieties such as Plavac Mali, Malvazija Istarska and Grk, as well as Cabernet Sauvignon for their reds.

The Kozlovic tasting room allows visitors to sample some of these special old vintages by appointment only - making it a truly unique experience to savour these fine wines crafted by generations of Croatian winemakers. Not only can you sample the excellent wines produced by Kozlovic Winery but you can also take part in guided tours around their vineyards so you can learn all about the history and techniques behind their wine-making process.

Kozlovic has recently held prestigious awards for some of its best vintages such as its Grand Vin Rouge 2012 which was awarded Gold at the Decanter World Wine Awards in London. This just goes to show that Kozlovic Winery produces some truly exceptional Croatian wines that deserve to be celebrated!

Stagnum Vinarija

Stagnum Vinarija winery in Dubrovnik is a family-run winery that has been producing some of Croatia's best wines since 1728. Located on the slopes of Mt. Srd, the winery has an incredible view of the Adriatic Sea and offers visitors a unique experience as they taste their exquisite wines. Visitors can book private tours with owner Ivan Vukojevic who will lead you through his vineyards while offering insight into his unique winemaking process using traditional techniques combined with modern technologies.

This winery produces both white and red wines, but it is most famous for its Plavac Mali (a type of red wine) and Pošip (a type of white wine). The Plavac Mali grape is grown on its sunny slopes, giving the wine a unique character that makes it very popular among locals and tourists alike. Their Pošip grape comes from Dalmatian islands nearby, resulting in an intensely aromatic and distinct flavour which stands out from other white wines.

Visitors to Stagnum Vinarija can find themselves surrounded by history dating back 300 years - both on the property itself and within each sip of wine! Not only do they have amazing views and local legends surrounding them, but also have amazing award-winning wine varieties like Plavac Mali Reserve which won gold medals at international competitions in London and Vienna back in 2017! It's no wonder why this winery has become such an attraction for tourists wanting to get away from everyday life - even if just for a few hours - while enjoying some delicious Croatian wine!

Korta Katarina Winery

Korta Katarina is one of Croatia's most celebrated wineries located near Orebic on the Pelješac Peninsula and produces an array of award-winning wines from carefully selected local grape varieties such as Plavac Mali, Pošip, Babić and Maraština grapes grown on their certified biodynamic vineyards overlooking Korcula Island.

The winery has become well-known for its award-winning red wines made from Plavac Mali grapes, an indigenous varietal known as "The King of Croatian Grapes". The Plavac Mali variety is known for its robust flavour and intense aroma, making it a perfect accompaniment to hearty dishes such as grilled meats and savoury pasta.

In addition to producing fine wines, Korta Katarina Winery is highly regarded for its commitment to sustainability practices such as minimizing waste production by reducing water consumption during the production process to conserve natural resources. The winery has become a leader in environmental consciousness within Dubrovnik's vibrant wine industry by introducing practices that reduce its carbon footprint while preserving local ecosystems.

Visitors can take part in wine tastings accompanied by locally made olive oils or cheese platters available at their restaurant overlooking Adriatic Sea views or book a private tour with owner Ante Katarina to explore his vineyards firsthand while enjoying a few glasses of great Croatian wines along the way! The knowledgeable staff at Korta Katarina Winery can help you find the perfect pairing for any meal or occasion.

Bura Winery

Bura Winery is located between Ston and Orebic on the Pelješac peninsula and offers a selection of quality red and white wines produced from local grape varieties such as Plavac Mali, Merlot, Pošip and Žlahtina grapes grown from their terraced hillside vineyards which have been cultivated since 12th century! Visitors can book private tours with owner Zoran Bukovica who will lead you through his estate while sharing stories about generations-old traditions used for producing Croatian wines!

One surprising fact about Bura Winery is that they produce their own brandy liqueur called “Rozalin”. This unique brandy liqueur uses only select grape musts that have been aged for over two years before being distilled with herbs such as mint and sage for added flavour complexity. This special drink has become popular throughout Dubrovnik as well as other parts of Europe due to its smooth taste and attractive aroma.

The winemaking at Bura Winery is a true art form as it combines traditional wine-making techniques with contemporary innovations to produce some truly remarkable results. An important part of their process is vinification – the process of transforming grapes into wine by using natural yeast that has been harvested from local shrubs and trees. This technique adds an extra layer of complexity to their wines that can be appreciated by even the most seasoned connoisseur.

Wine Tours in Dubrovnik with

Whether you're looking for an educational experience or simply want to sample some delicious Croatian wines, there are plenty of great wine estates near Dubrovnik that offer something for everyone! Visit our Wine Tours in Dubrovnik page for some amazing tours that we have on offer as you grab your glass (or bottle!) and get ready to explore some of Dubrovnik’s best-kept secrets!

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