Wine tours

Romania may not be the first country that comes to one’s mind when thinking about wine. However, the country is one of the oldest- and youngest- winemaking countries in the world, with a millennial wine history, going back to the Romanians’ ancestors, the Dacians, and the Romans.

The great soil composition and the moderate temperature/ climate conditions offer Romania the perfect geography for wine and give it the status of one of the world’s largest wine producers and the sixth largest among European Wine producing countries like France, Italy, Spain, Germany, and Portugal.

Most Romanian wine producers make wine out of a mix of international and indigenous grape varieties, but some of them use just local grape varieties that are very good as well. There are more than 10 local grape varieties so there are many wines for you to try. The Romanian wines have a unique aroma and structure, becoming easy, slightly overseas due to the quality and the right price. Whether we are talking about white wines, roses, dry red, semi-sweet, semi-sweet or sweet wines – Romanian wines manage to enchant and satisfy any taste and any pocket. Flavors range from flowers, white fruits for white wines, strawberries, hazelnuts, honey for red wines and red berries, vanilla for red wines.

Romanian wine is food friendly. Most of the time Romanians like to drink their wine with food, not just like an aperitif. The local cuisine is rich, savory and tasty. That’s why the red wines need to have tannin, to cut through the richness of Romanian traditional dishes.

They are very hospitable and they will put on the table the best things in the house. Expect to see the table close to collapsing from the weight of food and booze. It’s also quite common to spend four to six hours tucking into a proper feast.

Day 1

• Arrival day in Cluj-Napoca
• Transfer to the hotel
• Guided tour of the city
• Traditional dinner

Day 2

• Breakfast
• Transfer to Turda
• Visit of Turda salt mine
• Visit of Dumbrava Monastery
• Transfer to Aiud
• Lunch with wine tasting at Domeniile Boieru
• Visit of the vineyard
• Visit of Alba Carolina fortress
• Wine tasting at Papp Peter wine cellar
• Accomodation and dinner with more authentic wine

Day 3

• Breakfast
• Visit of Villa Vinea vineyard
• Lunch and Wine tasting
• Transfer to Cluj-Napoca
• Free time for shopping
• Transfer to the airport/hotel

Included in the price

Transfer from/to the airport, hotel
Transport in minibus
Tourist guide in English, Spanish, Norwegian(on request)
2 nights accommodation in ***,****hotels, guest houses in
double room
Breakfast and dinner

Not included in the price

Fly tickets
Private insurance
Entrances and photo taxes
Other services not mentioned
The price can vary depending of number of tourists and period.
For more details contact us.

Total price: from 300 euro