Paprika flavors influenced from a nearby Hungary, fresh fish from Drava river & Danube marshes and luscious meat dishes characterize Baranja region – a best kept culinary secret in far eastern plains of Croatia. Slavonia is the largest and most spacious of Croatian wine growing regions. The ever-sunny southwest slopes of mild mountains are ideal for viniculture are the sweet spot for Graševina variety whites, while long hot summers with little rainfall in Baranja cradle amazing reds & whites produced here for ages.
Duration: approximately 8 hours
Slavonia or Baranja wine tour includes: transportation, two vineries visit & wine tasting, local produce tasting, a four course slow cooked lunch.