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Slovak Wine Routes

Slovakia is a country with a high quality wine production. Fruitful vineyards extend mostly in western part of the country. We would like to present you the best Slovak wines and the most impressive wine routes. Discover the beauty of our vineyards and visit several tasting rooms where you can sample an unparalleled selection of wines and learn more about winemaking. The only thing you have to do is to choose one of our three wine routes:

Little Carpathians Wine Route

The route meanders below the Little Carpathian Mountains. It starts in Bratislava and finishes in Trnava. You will not only taste the best wines but also learn something about wine grape growing and processing. You can find wine taverns, bars and shops offering the best Slovak wines in many western towns: Modra, Pezinok, Slovenský Grob, Trnava, Rača, Bratislava, Jablonec, Smolenice, Limbach, Šenkvice and Vinosady.

Tokaj Wine Route

Tokaj wine route has been nominated to be inscribed into the UNESCO World Heritage list. However it is the shortest Slovak wine route, it is very popular as the Tokaj wine is an exceptional and high quality wine with a long tradition. The route leads around Trebišov and villages situated in Trebišov District: Bara, Čerhov, Černochov, Malá Tŕňa, Slovenské Nové Mesto, Veľká Tŕňa and Viničky.

Nitra Royal Wine Route

The wine produced by vineyards extending on slopes below the Zobor Hill used to be very popular at the Court. That is how the route has earned its name. As it is formed by several different routes, it is the longest wine route in Slovakia. Nowadays there are four different routes: Upper Nitra Route, Tekov Route starting in Topoľčianky, Southern Slovak Route leading from the Danube River and Považská Route (along the Váh River) starting in Vrbové. All of them end up in Nitra.

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