Wine tours from Koper

Pictures: 1) Grapevine in Slovenia, 2) Goriska Brda, 3) Wine tasting in Istria, 4) Vipava Valley, 5) Wine tasting in Goriska Brda. 

Wine tours from Koper

 

Private wine tours from Koper, from 50.00 euros per person. 

 

Our selection of 1-day private wine tours from Koper offers clients visiting by cruise ship the opportunity to visit Slovenia’s most attractive wine regions, and to sample some of Slovenia’s best wines.

We will take you off the beaten path to discover some of the best-hidden gems and if you would like to include a restaurant stop for lunch we can recommend some truly authentic and traditional local restaurants. 

 

Slovenia wine and culinary tours

 

At the Port of Koper, your personal driver/guide will meet you holding a sign with your name on it. So that we can be easily recognised. Detailed meeting instructions will be provided at the time of booking.

For the final part of your tour returning back to Koper, we allow some contingency time for the journey. We normally aim to arrive back in port ninety minutes before your deadline for getting back on board.

Our tour prices include your private hire of a deluxe car or passenger van with an experienced English-speaking driver/guide, with no hidden extras. Your wine tasting and cellar tour fees are extra and are not therefore included in our tour prices below. As a guideline, each vineyard normally charges between 15.00 and 25.00 euros for tastings, and we would normally include one or two wineries in a full-day tour, or one tasting in a half-day tour. 

Full day private tour = 345.00 euros (1 to 3 persons), 395.00 euros (4 to 8 persons).

 

Inn to Inn Slovenia backroads tours

 

Our recommended full-day private wine tour options from Koper are as follows:

– Goriska Brda with one vineyard.

– Goriska Brda and the Vipava Valley, each with one vineyard.

– Vipava Valley with one or two vineyards.

– Slovenian Adriatic, with one or two vineyards.

 

Jeruzalem wine hills

 

 

For a useful introduction to Slovenian wine, you can read Graeme’s blog, “Getting to know Slovenian Wine“. 

 

To reserve your private wine tour, or to request a consultation or a quotation without obligation, please contact us.

 

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