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Zinfandel Wine Tour from Split

Zinfandel Wine Tour from Split - Split, Croatia

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Split, Croatia

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$154.24

Small group wine tasting and dinner tour near Split, Croatia to learn about Zinfandel's Croatian origin. This variety is widely considered an American original, Zinfandel has found its way to become a Thanksgiving Day classic ... More info ›

Small group wine tasting and dinner tour near Split, Croatia to learn about Zinfandel's Croatian origin. This variety is widely considered an American original, Zinfandel has found its way to become a Thanksgiving Day classic. However, a series of events in recent years have shone a new light on the true origins of Zinfandel. Learn more about Dalmatian history and taste Zinfandel as well as other indigenous Dalmatian wine varieties in 2 ancient wineries.

The day starts with a short drive to Kastel Sucurac, picturesque 15th century village and wine tasting in Matela wine cellar dating back to the second half of the 19th century-you will try several sorts including 'The Original Zin' with local delicacies. Next is wine tasting dinner in Kuzmanic wine cellar on the slopes of Kozjak mountain, this winery dates back to the early 18th century-4 award winning ecological wines from indigenous grape varietals (ONE NOT AVAILABLE ELSEWHERE). Their cellar located on the slopes of mountain Kozjak is a 120 years old stone house offering fantastic views of the nearby islands. It was also used during a construction of the local railway as a gun powder magazine.This tour is available year out on Mondays-Fridays (weekends days on request). There will also be time to visit nearby Biblical Garden.

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Split wine tour-indigenous sorts of Kastela region

Split wine tour-indigenous sorts of Kastela region - Split, Croatia

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Split, Croatia

From USD
$71.19

Small group wine tasting tour from Split, Croatia on which you will have a chance to try 4 indigenous wine sorts and enjoy a walk to the nearby Biblical Garden. Our winery is located on the slopes of mountain Kozjak in an old stone house surrounded by vineyards ... More info ›

Small group wine tasting tour from Split, Croatia on which you will have a chance to try 4 indigenous wine sorts and enjoy a walk to the nearby Biblical Garden. Our winery is located on the slopes of mountain Kozjak in an old stone house surrounded by vineyards. Transport is organized year round from Split center Mondays-Tuesdays-Wednesdays-Thursdays-Fridays (weekends on request).

Croatia is not just one of the oldest wine regions on the planet, it’s also one of the most diverse. We have more than 150 indigenous grape sorts and Kastela region near Split has 11. According to the old Church documents family Kuzmanic started producing wines 300 years ago, especially ancient Dalmatian sorts Glavinusa, Babica and Tribljan (ONE NOT AVAILABLE ELSEWHERE). Their cellar located on the slopes of mountain Kozjak is a 120 years old stone house offering fantastic views of the nearby islands. It was also used during a construction of the local railway as a gun powder magazine. We’ll have time to try all their award winning sorts accompanied by traditional Dalmatian snacks and take a stroll to the nearby Biblical Garden

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Split wine cellar dinner-indigenous sorts of Kastela region

Split wine cellar dinner-indigenous sorts of Kastela region - Split, Croatia

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Split, Croatia

From USD
$94.92

Small group wine tasting tour with dinner from Split, Croatia on which you will have a chance to try 4 indigenous wine sorts and enjoy a walk to the nearby Biblical Garden followed by a dinner in the ecological wine cellar. Our winery is located on the slopes of mountain Kozjak in an old stone house surrounded by vineyards ... More info ›

Small group wine tasting tour with dinner from Split, Croatia on which you will have a chance to try 4 indigenous wine sorts and enjoy a walk to the nearby Biblical Garden followed by a dinner in the ecological wine cellar. Our winery is located on the slopes of mountain Kozjak in an old stone house surrounded by vineyards. Transport is organized year round from Split center Mondays-Tuesdays-Wednesdays-Thursdays-Fridays (weekends on request).

Croatia is not just one of the oldest wine regions on the planet, it’s also one of the most diverse. We have more than 150 indigenous grape sorts and Kastela region near Split has 11. According to the old Church documents family Kuzmanic started producing wines 300 years ago, especially ancient Dalmatian sorts Glavinusa, Babica and Tribljan (ONE NOT AVAILABLE ELSEWHERE). Their cellar located on the slopes of mountain Kozjak is a 120 years old stone house offering fantastic views of the nearby islands. It was also used during a construction of the local railway as a gun powder magazine. We’ll have time to try all their award winning sorts, take a stroll to the nearby Biblical Garden and enjoy grill dinner with Kuzmanic family in the wine cellar garnished with vegetables from their eco-estate.

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Dalmatian Full-Day Small-Group Country Cooking Experience from Zadar

Dalmatian Full-Day Small-Group Country Cooking Experience from Zadar - Zadar, Croatia

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Zadar, Croatia

From USD
$237.29

Small group full-day excursion from Zadar. If you are a true food lover, travel in expectation of an experience considering the local cuisine, cooking is your passion or just want to learn a few new recipes, this is an ideal tour for you ... More info ›

Small group full-day excursion from Zadar. If you are a true food lover, travel in expectation of an experience considering the local cuisine, cooking is your passion or just want to learn a few new recipes, this is an ideal tour for you. Buy locally, visit Zadar's grocery market, a place where residents of the hinterland and islands sell their organic fruits, vegetables and homemade products. Choose the ingredients you would like to cook and prepare the feast for all your senses in the hinterland of Zadar. We highly recommend a preparation of Peka dish, traditional Dalmatian festive meal of veal meat and vegetables baked in a pot or a tray that is covered with the iron bell dome and put into the embers of a fireplace.

Spend a day cooking and enjoying in great food and wine. Start by visiting the local market where residents sell their organically grown fruits and vegetables. It is a vibrant, colorful place where islanders and residents of the hinterland bring their organically grown fruits and homemade products. You will be amazed by the various kinds of cheese, honey, bacon, olive oils, herb schnapps, dried-fig and nuts products... Pick the ingredients you are going to need for the lunch preparation. Choose fresh tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, red potatoes, Mediterranean spices such as rosemary, laurel, sage or thyme. Pay a visit to the local butcher and fish market. There is a wide assortment of meat, fish and sea food. 
After the shopping is done, you will head towards to rural estate in the hinterlands of Zadar. Picturesque village of Nadin was founded in Antique era by the Romans. They brought first vines and cultivated vineyards. Nowadays Nadin is known as the most ecological village in Croatia. 
Rural estate is surrounded by olive oils, vineyards and greenery. You will prepare your food in the traditional environment of an old Nadin's household. Your hosts will show you how the food was being prepared there over the centuries. They will knead the dough so you could bake homemade bread that is recommended eating hot dipped in the olive oil with the pinch of coarse salt. While waiting for the lunch to be done, have some marenda like people in Dalmatia do. It is traditional snack between breakfast and lunch. Enjoy the wonderful sights of Nadin and fresh air of the hinterland. Taste Dalmatian flavors and have a great time on your cooking class.

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Zadar Market Tour with Tastings and Cooking Class Including Meal

Zadar Market Tour with Tastings and Cooking Class Including Meal - Zadar, Croatia

Duration: 5 to 6 hrs
Location: Zadar, Croatia

From USD
$70.00

Welcome to Zadar, a place where tradition meets the urban vibe. Here, on the medieval city square accompanied by the music of the Sea Organ and tempting smells from the nearby bistros starts your cooking adventure.

Zadar, the historic center of the mighty Venetian Republic and the capital of entire Dalmatian Region cherishes many unique recipes and traditions related to food ... More info ›

Welcome to Zadar, a place where tradition meets the urban vibe. Here, on the medieval city square accompanied by the music of the Sea Organ and tempting smells from the nearby bistros starts your cooking adventure.

Zadar, the historic center of the mighty Venetian Republic and the capital of entire Dalmatian Region cherishes many unique recipes and traditions related to food. During the past it was an important harbor on the Adriatic Sea and home of many foreigners, merchants, sailors and traders who enriched the local cuisine by introducing Mediterranean herbs and various spices to simple local meals.

Cooking Classes are a great way of relly getting to know the area of Zadar. We all know that the food brings the best of people and we have a special treat for you here in Zadar.

Our cooking class starts at caffe Lovre on the central square of the city. Iti s one of the caffes with longest tradition in Zadar which in its interior hides a true gem – ancient early-romanesque church. Imagine yourself starting a day as a local with a capuccino in a centraly located bar discussing about what you would like to have for lunch or supper. There you will meet your guide who will afterward give you a short tour of the city centar. You will explore the market, place that was during the past the center of religious life of Zadar, quite extrordinary, isn`t it?!

Every day hard working people from the countryside and nearby islands bring their fresh products early in the dawn on the market. Here, the area of the market is not just a place where people buy and sell goods, it is a common area where everyone mingles and meets the old friends. Along with your guide you will choose the ingredients for the lunch or supper, there are so many choices here in Zadar: fresh fish and other sea food, varieties of fruits and vegetables, hard and soft cheeses, honey from the Velebit Mountain, fresh eggs, Dalmatian smoked ham, grappas, liqueurs, wine… The menu is up to you, the guide and the chef are always there to give you some tips about the traditional local meals. You will also get the chance to taste the products before the final decision.

After shopping follows your cooking class ! The chef will be at your disposal all the time to give you some hints, show you some special techniques and share with you small secrets of Dalmatian cuisine. Enjoy your time preparing the meal and Dobar tek ( Bon Appetit ) !

 

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Cooking Class in a Dalmatian Ethno Village Tour from Split

Cooking Class in a Dalmatian Ethno Village Tour from Split - Split, Croatia
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Duration: 1 day
Location: Split, Croatia

From USD
$109.15

Learn how to cook traditional food in a Dalmatian village a strong culinary tradition, and eat what you have made! Travel to the village in an air conditioned minivan, and enjoy the benefits of having your very own guide and driver! Don't miss this unique opportunity to truly become immersed in the Dalmatian way of life!

Depart from Split at about 5 pm, from the meeting point of your choice. A personal driver and guide will wait you ... More info ›

Learn how to cook traditional food in a Dalmatian village a strong culinary tradition, and eat what you have made! Travel to the village in an air conditioned minivan, and enjoy the benefits of having your very own guide and driver! Don't miss this unique opportunity to truly become immersed in the Dalmatian way of life!

Depart from Split at about 5 pm, from the meeting point of your choice. A personal driver and guide will wait you. You will arrive in ethno village Škopljanci, in Radošić, at about 6:30 pm. Learn more about the village right now on the link: Škopljanci Ethno Village.

First, take a guided tour through the ethno village. You will learn many interesting things about the history of these lands and how people lived in the 19th century. Then, it is time for the cooking class to begin – however, this is not just any cooking class, but rather a genuine traditional Dalmatian food cooking class!

All food in Skopljanci is made strictly according to centuries old recipes. Deeply nourishing, traditional foods from the Dalmatian region were unprocessed, naturally raised, largely raw and decidedly unrefined. These foods represent the natural gastric experience of humankind, vital to the natural growth and evolution of the human species for thousands of years prior to the mass production of food we use today.
Dip back in history and try this food!

After the cooking class, you can eat your well deserved dinner! Here is the menu:

Cold starters
Lećevica’s cheese, Prosciutto, Homemade bacon, Homemade sausage, Donut, Homemade bread under baking lid

Warm starters and garnishing
Homemade soup (Meat, vegetables), Boiled meat, Or apple sauce, Boiled potatoes with spices, Potatoes under baking lid

Salad (season)
Lettuce, Fresh cabbage, Tomato salad, fresh cucumber, Pepper fresh

Main dishes
Lamb roasted on a spit, Stewed vegetables ( more types), Baking lid ”peka” (veal and vegetables), Baking lid ”peka” (cocks and vegetables), Baking lid ”peka” (lamb and vegetables), Baking lid ”peka” vegetariana, Boiled meat (junetina, capon, veal), Grilled dishes (by agreement)

Desert
Fritule – traditional dessert, Fruit salad, Fresh Fruit, Pancakes, Strudel, Homemade cakes (optional)

After the dinner is over, return to Split late in the afternoon.

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