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Indulge yourself in a wine tour in Malta. A journey, through the discovery of noble wines ,tastings of local food, visit of medieval villages, a blend of culture and enogastronomic delicacies for wine& food lovers.
Any location in Malta
20 minutes before start time
Roam through the north of Malta while learning a brief history of the Maltese islands.
Spend an afternoon visiting Dingli Cliffs, the area’s most popular attraction. These beautiful cliffs, which span more than 2 kilometres from Bahrija to Mungar, give jagged edges to trails down to the sea, where you can also glimpse Filfla, a small abandoned islet.
Visit St Mary Magdalene Chapel, which is located atop the Dingli Cliffs, Malta’s highest point. Make sure to visit nearby locations such as Rabat and Mdina. You may take the bus to Mdina, which is only a short distance away, and if you want to do more walking, follow the orange signs along a more rural approach back to Dingli
Mdina, also referred to as the Silent City. Why do you think it is named the Silent City?
This city has a long and fascinating history.
Mdina is encircled by defensive fortress walls and is located on one of Malta’s tallest hills. This small city of Malta, which was discovered in the eighth century BC by Phoenician Settlers, served as the foundation for the medieval city of Mdina that stands today. Many buildings constructed over a century ago have been maintained, and the city’s winding lanes recount centuries of history and the numerous monarchs who ruled Malta. Malta’s great outer fortifications were completed in the 11th century.
Rabat, Malta is a town in Malta’s Northern Region. The name “Rabat” is derived from the Arabic word for “suburb”:, since it was a suburb of Mdina’s former capital.
Rabat is a historic suburb of Mdina, Malta’s former capital city. Narrow lanes branch from the main square’s majestic parish church of St Paul. Rabat’s history may be examined from several perspectives. Look for local stores and bakeries, and sample a fresh-from-the-oven loaf of Hobza. The Roman Villa, Wignacourt Museum, and Casa Bernard are all within walking distance for people who appreciate museums, while the Catacombs of St Paul and St Agatha have Roman graves painted with exquisite murals.
Meridiana Wine Estate produces some of the best Maltese wines. All our wines are produced using only Maltese grown grapes, most of which in the vineyards of our estate in Ta Qali, Malta’s agricultural heartland. Meridiana Wine Estate produces only approx 140,000 bottles of wine per year and is considered to be a boutique winery producing high quality wines – our mission statement is to produce World Class Wines of Maltese Character. Some of our most renowned wines include the Isis (Chardonnay), Astarte (Vermentino), Melqart (Cabernet Sauv/Merlot), Nexus (Merlot), Bel (Syrah), Celsius (Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve). We have recently launched a First Limited Release of our new dessert wine, Baltis (Moscato Passito). The first vintage has yielded only 405 bottles. We also produce a mid level range called Fenici. It is made up of a White (Vermentino/Viognier/Chardonnay), a Red (Syrah/Merlot) and a Rose (Cabernet Sauv/Syrah). Most of our production sell in Malta & Gozo. We reserve a small amount of wines for export to select markets like Japan, Denmark & Belgium and to private clients in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States.
This tour was simply amazing, we needed something fun and interesting however we were time restricted due to our plan. This tour was scheduled and aligned perfectly.
Definitely a must do