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Damjanic Wines

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Damjanic Wines

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Fushkulin - Foscolino 50, Porec 52440 Croatia
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Wine & more Tour , private guided wine tour from POREC, UMAG ,Istria
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Wine & more Tour , private guided wine tour from POREC, UMAG ,Istria

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Many of Istria’s acclaimed wineries lie near to Porec, but visiting them is difficult without a rental car. This small-group tour steps up: with a minivan and driver-guide to take you to three estates for tastings, so you needn’t worry about driving. Admire the countryside, sample up to five wines at each of two stops, and enjoy tastings paired with a meal at the third. Hotel pickup and drop-off included.
$220.69 per adult
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Benny P wrote a review Sep 2020
Heers, Belgium24 contributions6 helpful votes
Although my wife and I regularly drink fresh malvasia from Damjanic at a restaurant, he is certainly not our most beloved winegrower. After all, we prefer a mineral malvasia over a fruity one. But during the trial we were really impressed by the higher series. The Akacija was very special; not comparable to any other malvasia we already drank. The Clemente blanc, composed of three different grape varieties, was very complex. The Classic was a powerhouse. Although the wine was already seven years old, it still seemed very young. It is made of malvasia, but can easily be compared to a better Burgundy. The 2015 red Clemente, a composition of four different grape varieties, was again very complex. It contained enough tannin to age the bottles for another ten years. Very impressive wines. The lovely girl who pampered us and explained the wines we tasted was not inferior. She did a good job. A delightful tasting that will be remembered for a long time to come. We will definitely go back in the next few years to buy these premium wines again.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Kim P wrote a review Jul 2020
Tar-Vabriga, Croatia5 contributions1 helpful vote
Very good wines and also the most friendly service. You can taste the wines before you buy it. You get good explanation about the wines. If you are for the first time in Croatia they also give you some advice which you have to visit.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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CELlondon wrote a review Sep 2019
Limerick, Ireland40 contributions17 helpful votes
Informative, informal and delicious wines - we left with lots of bottles clinking to go straight into our suitcases. You'll want to buy bottles to take home. A relaxing way to spend a hour or so.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Laura-ba16 wrote a review Sep 2019
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We had the pleasure of meeting the family while tasting their wines, their story is really interesting and their wine is great, definately worth a visit!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Carolien L wrote a review Sep 2019
9 contributions2 helpful votes
We took a taxi from Porec to Damjanic to do a wine tasting (tip: agree on the price of the cab upfront - a single trip should be around 60-80Kuna). Our host of the day was Stephanie, who kindly welcomed us to the property. We chose to do a tasting of 6 different wines in total (which are accompanied with some sausages and cheeses) and Stephanie explained the different tastes and manner of producing the wines very well. Apart from the wines, Damjanic also produces very good olive oil. We ended up buying several bottles of wine and some olive oil as well. We definitely recommend this winery. A big shout out to Stephanie who was a delighted host to us and knows so much about the wines!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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