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Vinarija Milos

Boljenovici 15, Ston 20230, Croatia
+385 98 965 6880
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Oyster and Wine Private Day Tour of Peljesac Peninsula from Split
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One of the oldest family owned winery in region, which is specialized in producing high quality wines from Plavac Mali from organic vineyards on the steep manually farmed terraced land of the Peljesac Peninsula. Also produce awarded extra virgin olive oil and herbal tea.
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  • Very good23%
  • Average2%
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Boljenovici 15, Ston 20230, Croatia
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+385 98 965 6880
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Passionate bothers who make and serve good wine. We were shown around the barrels in the caves and explained the nature of different wines. Book in advance for the cheese platter, they are yum and go well with the wines.

Thank Bears1218
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Reviewed 27 April 2018

Definitely stop here. Great wine, nice rooms to walk thru. We had a 1/2 a case shipped to the U.S. Its a nice family owned and operated vineyards. They also make olive oil and we tried that and also bought a bottle of it.

Thank rickb0109
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Reviewed 3 October 2017

Visited this winery on our way to Dubrovnik from Split. We tasted some great wines, met the winemaker and got a nice bottle of an old/vintage Plavac mali to take back home with us. Definitely worth visiting if you are in that part of the...More

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Reviewed 2 October 2017 via mobile

We just showed up at this vineyard without booking and were welcomed extremely warmed by Ivan. We were shown around the fermentation tanks and cellar where Ivan explained the wine making process. He detailed that the place had been in his family’s ownership for 500+...More

1  Thank CarlCymru
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Reviewed 13 August 2017

Stopped by for a tasting while on a day trip to Ston from Dubrovnik. SO happy we did! You do not need a reservation although we did email the day before to check. We were warmly greeted by Ivan and his glorious beard who began...More

1  Thank michekara
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Reviewed 6 August 2017

The brothers and father Milos have an impressive selection of old vine wines unique to this region. Their tour is quaint but informative. The brothers are fluent in both english and new/old world practices having spent lots of time in wine regions across the world....More

Thank Chase S
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Reviewed 19 July 2017 via mobile

We did Vinarija Milos the other day with a rental car. It was easy to find. They charged between 5-10 euros for a tasting depending. We did the base wine tasting which was one rose and two reds. There was no discount if you bought...More

Thank Kona51
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Reviewed 5 July 2017 via mobile

We liked the Croatian wines that we tried in Split, so we decided to stop off at this winery based on TA reviews. We were not disappointed. Even though we did not have a booking, Josip was happy to walk us through his family's journey...More

Thank Ashok S
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Reviewed 30 June 2017

Our driver from Split to Dubrovnik took us here for wine tasting and we were so glad he did! Ivan told us the interesting history of his family's winery and we had a great time touring the cellar and tasting the wine and olive oil....More

1  Thank Barbra R
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Reviewed 18 June 2017 via mobile

Really nice winery- the cave where the wine is kept is cool! Friendly tour guide (from the winemaking family) who was very knowledgeable about the wine and took us for a nice tour. Tasting was great and we are looking forward to getting the wine...More

Thank RhodyTraveler401
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