Do you love wine? This tour is for you! We invite you to picturesque small town of Modra, just a short trip from Bratislava, to our boutique winery. Try fine wines that you can find only in the country's best wine bars, each made with love and passion.
What to Expect
We are a family operated winery in Modra, let us show you the wonderful wines from our vineyards and wine cellar!
Modra is an old royal city worth visiting for its charming romantic setting in the Small Carpathians, and has been known for centuries for its wine production and quality ceramics. What's more, the great codifier of Slovak language Ľudovít Štúr lived and died here. Modra offers you excellent wines, great food and peaceful surroundings.
Thanks to the deep enological knowledge, love of vineyards, an emphasis on clean technology and a combination of traditional and modern approaches to wine-making, our wines have a small but distinct Carpathian dimension, full of minerality and pleasant aromas.
Our excellent wines offer you a touch of flowers, medlar, mulberries and even figs and kiwi, which also flourish in our gardens. We hope that, after visiting us, our wines will always remind you of long and idyllic walks through the rolling hills of Modra.
We own 5 hectares of planted vineyards. We produce wines from typical white varieties like Green Silvaner, Green Veltliner, Red Traminer, Oliver Irsai, Devin, Pinot gris, and Welchsriesling but also from Sauvignon and Chardonnay. We are famous for excellent red wines too, including Hron, Cabernet Sauvignon, Neronet, Dornfelder, and Saint Laurent.
Our winemaker is respected authority in his field, not only in Slovakia but worldwide, often travelling abroad as the international judge in the prestigious wine competitions.
- Wine tasting
- Mineral water
- Cheese & bread
What's Not Included
- Transportation from Bratislava to Modra and back
Meet us at Kalinčiakova 21, Modra, Slovakia.
What to Remember
Please note there the transfer is not included but there is a public transport connection every 30 minutes, including weekends. The trip takes up to 50 minutes.