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Etyek Wine Country Tour with Dinner from Budapest

  • Hassle-free half-day tour of Hungary’s Etyek wine region from Budapest
  • Get generous tastings of four wines at each of the family-run wineries
  • Explore with a guide for the full rundown of Etyek’s history and wines 
Etyek Wine Country Tour with Dinner from Budapest
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5 hour wine tasting experience from Budapest with a 3pm departure for 3 cellar tour
4 hour wine tasting experience from Budapest with a 10am departure for 2 cellar tour
Exploring Hungary’s Etyek wine region from Budapest in half a day is nearly impossible unless you rent a car. This guided tour visits selected Etyek’s family-owned cellars, with four tastings at each included. With round-trip transport, a meal, the opportunity to see Hungary’s countryside, and a chance to learn about and purchase (own expense) Etyek’s wines, it lets you enjoy your tastings stress free. This tour is ideal for wine enthusiasts who are pushed for time.
What to Expect
Book your time slot and after pickup at your central Budapest hotel, make the journey into the Etyek-Buda wine region by air-conditioned minivan.

Admire the rolling vineyards as your guide tells of Etyek’s white wines, commonly grown from sauvignon-blanc and pinot-gris grapes. Stop at two or three (depending on departure selected) family-run wineries, and sample four wines at each, alongside Hungarian snacks, and including a tasting of a local Törley sparkling wine. As you sip, learn the secrets behind each varietal from the winery owner and winemaker.

In between the wineries, see Old Wine Hill, a beautiful hillside dotted with disused wine cellars, while learning about the local soils.

Finally, savor a traditional 2-course Hungarian meal at a wine estate, enjoying it with additional wines at your expense.

Your Etyek wine country tour concludes with a drop-off at your Budapest hotel.
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Wonderful tour!

Loved our tour with Susan, easy pick up from hotel. Pretty drive into the country. Visits to three very unique wineries with really good wines you could not get anywhere else. Excellent tour, I would highly recommend it!

Thank John B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Wine tasting with genuine love

Juliana was an amazing guide who drove us to 3 wineries. We had a small group of 7 people in total. I went with 3 of my family members and we had a fantastic time. At each winery we sampled 4 wines, some white, red...More

Thank wswlam
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Great tour!

Loved our wine tour! Friendly guide, good local knowledge, loved the vineyards we went to. A great day out and excellent way to get out if the city to see the countryside.

Thank Emma B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Nice get away from the city to the countryside

Promptly picked up from my hotel and the guide was really nice. She explained things along the way. The two stops we had were fine. Small family winery, nothing like the grand wineries you will find in Napa but the setting was lovely. Worth a...More

Thank Everestgrp
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Best Wine tour in Budapest!!!

Julianna could not have been better!!! If you do nothing else in Budapest do this. Enjoyed all 12 wines, and dinner was superb. They picked us up at the hotel and dropped us off very comfortably.

Thank Ray M
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Michael W
19 July 2018|
Response from Nigel G | Reviewed this property |
I am pretty sure it's fine, just let them know when booking it. They were v accomodating. You'll love it. We had a great time.
Sima T
14 July 2018|
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Response from Ray M | Reviewed this property |
They come and pick you up just give them your location.
Sima T
14 July 2018|
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Response from John B | Reviewed this property |
I would pick a nearby hotel to list as meeting location. A couple people on our tour did this