Welcome to Budapest wine tasting tours!
Explore the unique wine village in south of Buda and its 40 km long wine cave system. Visit one of the largest wine cellar labyrinths of the world! Taste quality wines from several Hungarian wine regions and enjoy homemade Hungarian cuisine. The wine village is part of Budapest, it is easily accessible from the center.
Learn about wine culture and wine tasting in general, Hungarian wines and the history of local wine making.
Small groups, interactive atmosphere, English speaking professional local guides with deep knowledge on wine.
This amazing 40 km long wine cellar labyrinth, carved deep into a limestone hill hides many old oak cask with beautiful wood curving decoration and other interesting wine relics. It has been a constantly working wine cellar for more than 300 years, aging wines from different Hungarian wine regions. The village is a proud holder of the international "town of wine and champagne" title.
Take an easy stroll around the old village seeing mansions and castles of wine producers from the golden times of the area. Walk around romantic narrow streets where many original houses of the first settlers still standing. During our walk you will get an impression of this wine district before we enter the cellar labyrinth that lies below our feet.
Hungary has been a wine growing area for more than 2000 years. During the Middle Ages Hungarian kings sent Tokaji Aszú to other royal courts around Europe that became known as the Wine of Kings - King of Wines.
The wine tour starts with a 40-50 min walk around the old wine village, exploring the charming streets and pretty buildings with some great panorama.
After arriving to the wine cellar, we explore the most spectacular parts of the wine cellar. Beside aging a variety of wines from different Hungarian wine regions many local wine specialty is made here.
A wine expert guide will explain about local wine culture and champagne making. You will be surrounded by historical wood carved casks, old wine tools and vintage wine stacks.
Taste a selection of quality wines from all over Hungary, including the world famous Tokaji Aszú and other precious Hungarian wines (7 wines, white, rose and red).
Learn about professional wine tasting. Get to know all you ever wanted about wines!
We also offer wine dinners with specialty Hungarian dishes for groups.
The wine tasting tour is in English.
Duration of the wine tasting walking tour: 3,5 hours
+ travel to the cellar (about 30 minute by tram from the center where the meeting point of the tour is)
Groups 8 or more person:
For more info and reservation:
Please contact us by email or call +36 20 488 5954
“Very Unique Wine Tasting Tour”:
This tour wasn't your typical wine tasting tour . . . but began with an amazing walk through the caverns where wine is stored in the wine barrels deep into the hillside of this remote village outside of Budapest. These caverns are hundreds of years old and are still used today as a holding place to age the wine before bottling. During the tour the process for making and storing the wines was discussed. Adding the tour of the caverns along with the traditional wine tasting event created a very unique experience. We highly recommend this tour !!!!! Linda & Steve
“Amazing glimpse of centuries old wine cellers that promise to form the heart of a vibrant future wine community.”
Our private tour of one of the many underground wine caves, was followed by a relaxed (and plentiful!) wine tasting. It was the highlight of our trip to Budapest, and we would highly recommend it to anyone interested in learning more about Hungarian vitaculture. Our guide was prompt, knowledgeable, and introduced us to a side of Budapest that most people never get to see. Our tour lasted nearly 4 hours, and is not to be missed!
"Quality time excursion for those who love wine & cultures!"
When we arrived at the wine cellars a nice lady took us through the underground cellars and she let us taste many kinds of great Hungarian wine. I didn't know before that the Hungarians have such a good wine, but at this tour I found out!
I can definitely recommend this tour if you like wine and cultures.
Visited November 2011