Bled
Wine Tasting & Winery Tours

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Our most recommended Bled Wine Tasting & Winery Tours

  • Bled or Ljubljana: Karst & Coast Full-Day Trip

    1. Bled or Ljubljana: Karst & Coast Full-Day Trip

    Discover the Slovenian coast and the Karst region on this full-day trip. Your first stop is the Skocjan Caves, one of the largest and most fascinating Karstic sites in Europe, where the Reka River runs 200 meters below the surface. Next, stop at a local tavern and taste the famous Karst air-dried prosciutto. It is easy to see why locals believe it to be the best prosciutto in the world, especially when accompanied by a local Teran wine. Head on to Lipica, which is the homeland of the white Lipizzaner – the breed of horse made famous by the Spanish Riding School of Vienna. Continue through the coastal towns of Koper, Izola and Portoroz to reach everyone’s favorite spot on the Slovenian coast – Piran. Lose yourself in its narrow, medieval streets and enjoy some free time over an exquisite seafood meal in one of the many local restaurants or cafes. One last stop at Predjama Castle on the...

    It was interesting and a bit disappointing at the caves as we not allowed to take pictures,but rules are rules. The tour guide was fantastic

  • Wine Tasting Bled

    2. Wine Tasting Bled

    Taste 7 top wines from different wine regions of Slovenia, learning interesting wine facts from an expert in a 100-year old cellar in Bled. Enjoy the most popular Wine Tasting in Bled, a fun and interactive 2 hour wine experience for wine lovers. You will hear fun stories, learn facts about wine you have never heard before, play games and solve challenges... You will never look at wine in the same way again! Experience a tasting conducted in English and including seven top Slovenian wines, delicious appetizers. A great, and informative night out! This tour is perfect for anyone interested in getting to know Slovenian wine. Perfect for both novice and expert wine tasters.

    A little bit of interesting history mixed with some tasty local cheese and prosciutto and very delicious wine with a charming host.

  • Bled: 2-Hour Wine Tasting Experience with Appetizers

    3. Bled: 2-Hour Wine Tasting Experience with Appetizers

    Treat yourself to Slovenian wine tasting and become a certified wine ambassador. Discover interesting facts about the wine and enhance your wine-tasting experience with delicious appetizers. Join an evening of wine tasting in one of the oldest cellars in Bled and taste 7 of Slovenia's top wines paired with appetizers. Be entertained as you play games and learn about Slovenian wine and culture on this fun, interactive experience.

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What people are saying about Bled

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 18 reviews

We really enjoyed our wine tasting experience in Bled. Our guide, Tina, was extremely friendly and knowledgeable. In an old and atmospheric wine cellar we were able to taste seven (2x white, 1x orange, 1x blend, 2x red 1x dessert) different Slovenian wines. Before the actual tasting, we got an introduction to the Slovenian wine regions (with the help of a map on the wall) and grapes. Next to the wines we were provided with home-made bread and pumpkin seed oil, cheese, ham and olives. With three of the wines we were able to taste some hand-made chocolates from a very small Ljubljana manufacturer. In the end, we passed the quiz and were rewarded with a small souvenir. We were able to buy the wines which ranges from EUR 13 to EUR 25 per bottle. All in all, we would totally recommend the Bled wine tasting. It was very fun and informative.

We have loved this tour to all the participants that met that same day. I think it is the best tour that Roundabout Travel offers for the itinerary and content. The tour guide was the best I've had in Slovenia: Tusi Polonca. He was very close, cheerful and managed to keep the group very excited and united. Thank you very much Tusi!

It was interesting and a bit disappointing at the caves as we not allowed to take pictures,but rules are rules. The tour guide was fantastic

A little bit of interesting history mixed with some tasty local cheese and prosciutto and very delicious wine with a charming host.

Such a good experience writh a very friendly host and delicious wine!