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puschke wrote a review Feb 2020
Nis, Serbia85 contributions29 helpful votes
Very nice place just outside of Nis. Very calm with very good vine and food. We visited with little kids and there is very specious garden which they loved. Service very nice, great atmosphere.
Date of experience: February 2020
Naci4a wrote a review Mar 2019
Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria23 contributions3 helpful votes
A nice and interesting place with amazing wine and food. If you like wine it is a MUST SEE. We went there on a Wine tasting with a dinner party and the experience was wonderful!
Date of experience: April 2018
uncvcutraveller wrote a review Jul 2018
Riverside, Iowa339 contributions61 helpful votes
I had rakija, sheep and cow cheese mixed with sremuche which is wild garlic. I also had salad (Moravska River), sarnica le vinvore listu which is a leaf from vineyard with soy and rice-delicious, and repovi which is a cow’s tail. This is a tasty. I also got a gift from the restaurant which is a sweet red wine called Wine for Two. The wine tour was pretty nice and it is interesting that the winery continues the storing tradition as the Romans did.…
Date of experience: June 2018
Martin S wrote a review Nov 2017
Malta2 contributions1 helpful vote
We visited this place with a friend in November, during our 4-day visit of city Niš. The best way how to get there is to take a bus(Niš-express) from the bus station (Autobuska stanica). Simply ask for a ticket at the window and lady will tell you which platform and what is the destination on the bus (which is also at the ticket). The trip takes around 30 minutes. Alternatively, call a taxi, the prices are relatively low (around 4-7 euros), but make sure you ask about price before. During our visit, there was only one other group of people. The restaurant is built in the decent, slightly luxurious style.The waiters were very friendly and helpful. Even though they speak English, we communicated with them in Slovak - Serbian (what is partially similar and brings a lot of fun to the conversation). For food for the two (2x Čevapi) and a bottle of red wine (their own dry frankovka) we paid around 2500 rsd, what makes around 20€. Make sure you dont have "big eyes", one portion of čevapi is two times bigger than usual food in Slovakia. The guided tour around winery with the small degustation took around 20-25 minutes. We entered four different style wineries (including modern serbian or classic roman winery). The lady was very nice, spoke english (but again we asked for serbian to keep a bit fun :D ) and was able to answer every question. The whole tour was 400 RSD/person, including degustation. There was also possibility to buy bottled wine from wide selection for friendly prices. As we are low-cost travellers, later we wanted to take a bus back to Niš, but the staff offered to call a taxi for us, for a friendly price 500 RSD (which was the price we really paid to the taxi driver at the end).…
Date of experience: November 2017
Response from Podrum M, Menadžer at Vinski Podrum Malca
Responded Dec 15, 2017
Dear Martin, Thank you very much for the beautiful review. It was a pleasure to meet you and I hope that we will see again. You are welcome in our restaurant and cellar every time. I wish you all the best.
tineldo28 wrote a review Nov 2017
Nuremberg, Germany256 contributions100 helpful votes
Nice place, really unique, they show you how they prepare their wine in a really special way. They offer good food, not to cheap but worth it, excellent wine to taste, very nice surrounding and dinner room. Must see!
Date of experience: November 2017