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Cellars of the Tvrdos Monastery

Trebinje 89101, Bosnia and Herzegovina
+387 59 273-910
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Lovely monastary and great wine

We visited the monastery and had a guided tour around the church before we entered the cellars and... read more

Reviewed 7 July 2018
Frøydis W
via mobile
Real Wine Tasting!

This is genuine wine tasting as the wines are actually made here in the monastery premises. The... read more

Reviewed 4 October 2015
gyanfernando
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Exeter, United Kingdom
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6 Jul 2018
“Lovely monastary and great wine”
4 Oct 2015
“Real Wine Tasting!”
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Trebinje 89101, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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+387 59 273-910
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Reviewed 7 July 2018 via mobile

We visited the monastery and had a guided tour around the church before we entered the cellars and got to taste some wine. The church is beautifull and so is the cellars. The wine was very good, you pay 3 euro for each glas you...More

Thank Frøydis W
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Reviewed 4 October 2015

This is genuine wine tasting as the wines are actually made here in the monastery premises. The wine cellar is vast and the barrels are huge! After a quick look around you get to taste the wine. The wines are excellent! You can buy wines...More

2  Thank gyanfernando
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Reviewed 4 August 2015

After visiting the amazing Monastery of Tvrdoš you should definitely visit its wine cellars. Cellars of the Tvrdoš Monastery still keep old traditional ways of keeping wine. It has a great variety of local wines which you can taste or even buy. If you're visiting...More

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Reviewed 14 May 2015

If you get a chance to stop here, take the tour and go in the cellar and see the very recent upgrade to the tasting room, very nice people and the wines were great. Nice little place off the main highway.

1  Thank hart277
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Reviewed 6 June 2014

This little monastery is set in lovely countryside in interesting gardens with some quirky features. I enjoyed the tranquil atmosphere of this holy place. The building itself is significant and colourful (not as overpowering as some we visited in the Balkans). The floor was particularly...More

4  Thank Eileen193
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Reviewed 15 August 2013

We were blown away by this monastery. Beautiful grounds, church inside was colorful and unique as a Serbian orthodox churchl. A gentleman that spoke english caught us right away upon entering ....as the monk outside was trying to greet us and chat- we did not...More

2  Thank sunflower627
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