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Food and Wines of Albania

Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?


  • Duration

    7.5 HOURS

  • Start time

    • Monday, Start time: 09:00, Finish time: 16:30

  • Meeting Point
    Meeting Point:
    • Rruga Donika Kastrioti
    Tirana District, Albania, 1000

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After meeting with the guide you will be transferred in Kallmet and Fishte villages of Lezha county.
Kallmeti Winery was established in 2006 thanks to the Gjini brothers’ passion for wine and their love for the land where they live, in the heart of their birthplace, Kallmet, after which the grape was named. The main purpose of the winery is to produce the best Kallmet wine, to increase the quantity and improve the quality year after year. From a production of 50 hl of wine in 2007, the winery has grown year after year. Wine is produced entirely from Kallmet grape, cultivated in its area of origin, in Kallmet and the surrounding villages. Part of it is cultivated in the hills of the wonderful Bukmira hills over 500 m above sea level.

After wine tasting of some of the wines produced in Kallmet Winery you will be transferred to nearby local Restaurant Mrizi i Zanave. Lunch in the unique community based village farm restaurant in Fishta "Mrizi Zanave" outstanding experience, exellent food from the region and enjoy the "First Convinvum Slowfood in Albania" + Short visit of Mrizi i Zanave Farm. After this delicious lunch, transfer back to Tirana


  • Guide
  • Lunch
  • Transport
  • Wine degustation
  • Tourguide

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