Its vineyards may not be as famous as others, but wine tasting in Bratislava will open your pallet to Slovakian wines. Giving you an insight and a taste for one of the world’s up and coming wine producers, along with some of their age-old favourites.
Bratislava itself is the capital city of Slovakia, located along the beautiful Danube River and the banks of the River Morava. Where you can experience the city skyline from an alternative perspective, complete with views that capture the city’s history. With medieval towers and forts of the Old Town, sat alongside newbuilds representative of the 21st century.
Slovakian Wine Tasting in Bratislava
There are 6 wine regions in Slovakia, with possibly the most famous being Tokaj. Shared with Slovakia’s Hungarian neighbours from the other side of the border. As of the end of World War 1 during the Treaty of Trianon, part of the Tokaj region officially became Slovakian soil.
Enjoy some of the best Slovakian wines available with the following 3 wine tasting experiences in Bratislava. Each of which provides a unique look into both the modern and traditional wines of Slovakia.
This 3-hour wine tasting experience includes transport and any entrance fees. Specialising on the traditional wines of Slovakia, this tour will feature techniques dating back as far the 13th century.
After this wonderful experience of wine tasting in Bratislava, guests will be left wondering why Slovakian wine isn’t widely available. Prices start from under £50 per person.
If you’re a fan of sweet wines, then how about something slightly different to your standard table wines. This tour will take you out of the city into the village of Smolenice, with your transfers included within the price.
The wine tasting evening also comes with beekeeping suits provided, should you wish to see the bees in action. All from just £54 per person.
Celebrate a special occasion with some of Slovakia’s popular sparkling wines. While it’s unable to be officially labelled Champagne, here wine tasting in Bratislava has a strong connection to the French region.
During a period when Napoleon famously signed a peace treaty in Bratislava, French soldier Johann Evangelist Hubert had found love. As such, he set up home in Slovakia, producing Champagne inspired sparkling wines. Discover more about the region’s history with this wine tasting tour, available from £77 per person.
Wine Tours in Bratislava
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Alternatively, book your wine tours as part of a combination tour and discover some of Bratislava’s most famous and popular attractions along the way.