Wine & Champagne Tasting Tour Budapest
Visit two cellars of the historic 40 kilometer long wine cellar system under the unique wine village of Budapest. Taste hungarian wine and champagne and learn about local wine culture
The tour starts with a guided tour of the champagne cellar, we explore the most interesting parts of the cellar system. You will learn about champagne making, champagne types, different methods of production.
During the tasting of 3 champagne specialties of the cellar we teach you how to taste champagne professionally.
The second part of the tour is visiting a nearby wine cellar, after a very short walk you will be surrounded by historic wood carved casks, old wine tools and vintage wine stacks.
We will walk around this 300 years old wine cellar labyrinth to see the precious parts of it, learn bit about wine making and Hungarian wine culture, than we sit down for wine tasting.
You will taste 3 wines from different Hungarian wine regions, a white, rose and red wine.
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What Our Clients Say
A really interesting tour with an excellent guide. A great balance between local history, tour of the cellars and great wine tasting.
"Great Afternoon in Budapest"
We were interested in caves and wine in Budapest and this turned out to be a great way to experience both. Akos gave us a nice walking tour of Budafok with it's history, and then we enjoyed a very nice tour of the wine caves and a very good (generous) wine tasting, with descriptions delivered in Hungarian by the proprietor and translated by Akos which made it all the more interesting. Nice way to spend an afternoon in Budapest.
"Wine Tasting Tour"
I visited the wine tasting tour with a group of friends and it exceeded my expectations! The tour guide was very friendly and informative, it was nice to see this neighborhood and view of the city and the underground wine cellar was impressive. Besides, the wines were good and they were generous. Unique, since it offers a whole tour and wine experience in a cave rather than just a few glasses of wine in a bar!