If you love wine and want a unique holiday then you should not miss going on one of the wine tours on offer in Montenegro.
It is not widely known that Montenegro, apart from its beautiful seaside and mountain villages, also boasts regions that are famed for producing exceptional and world-renowned wine varieties. France, Italy, and Portugal have for many years been building credibility as top tourist destinations thanks to wine tourism.
The many scenic regions of our country are perfect for enjoying this type of tourism. The mild Mediterranean climate, the composition of the soil, and the favorable location provide ideal conditions for cultivating vineyards and growing grapes. The best-known grape-growing areas are Crmnica, Nahije, Komani, Bjelopavlici, and other wine-producing villages around Lake Skadar. Montenegrin wines are produced from various types of grapes, including Krstač, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, and Vranac.
In 2010 and 2011, signage was put up and the “Wine Roads” of Montenegro were fully marked out. A tourist map of the wine tours can be picked up in local tourist offices in any town in Montenegro, at hotel receptions, and in travel agencies.
If you like an active holiday, the Wine Roads offer you a chance to visit wine cellars, taste wines, walk through the vineyards, and even take part in grape-picking. Wine can be tested, tried, and purchased in wine cellars, while some wineries also offer accommodation, so visitors can get the complete experience, learn about the history of the winery, see wine being made and of course enjoy the finished product.