Wine production in Montenegro dates back to the late 12th century, making its mark on modern day wine production in the country’s fertile central region.
Today, the Radević Estate represents the heart of Montenegro’s wine community, serving both locals and foreigners who wish to learn more about wine production in Montenegro.
The family is now also providing quality Montenegrin products for export, despite its modest beginnings in 2007.
45 € per person
Overview of the tour
- Located in the village of Rogami, near the Zeta River, the Radević Estate is linked by ancient Roman ruins to the abandoned city of Doclea. The south-facing vineyard serves as the perfect environment for producing world-class wines. At the crossroads of tradition and modern-day wine practices, this family-owned winery honors the work of prior generations by curating modern methods of winemaking, inspired by tradition and dedicated to the history of this culturally significant area of Montenegro.
- Visit the facility
- Fruit schnapps tasting
- A selection of three wines and award-winning port to finish:
Chardonnay 2017 – premium wine, winner of the Gold OIV medal, Slovenia 2018
Rosé 2016 – premium barrique wine
Vranac 2017 – premium red wine
White Porto “Renée” 2014 – winner of the Silver medal at “Monde Selection”, Brussels 2016
- Pair the wines with local flavors of beef and pork prosciutto, or kulen, smoked cheeses derived from goat, sheep and cows’ milk, local olives, ajvar - roasted red pepper purée, and a selection of homemade breads!
- One of the world's oldest viticulture regions
- Visit to wine distillery
- Insight to traditional and modern-day wine making
- High-class local wine and other products
- Visitors can purchase from the on-site store, selling homemade soy candles, lip balms and essential oils
What is included
- Tasting experience: Fruit schnapps, three local wines and award-winning port
- Traditional, organic food platter
- A tour of the estate by the owner