Old as the land, Azerbaijani wine represents an amazing bouquet of colors and sensations generated by the blessing of the southern sunshine and the mastery of many wine-growing generations.

The ancient people of Azerbaijan were notable for their high viticulture, which is proved by numerous archeological findings. Experts think Azerbaijan’s viticulture dates back to no less than 7,000 years ago. Grape grew throughout the country, from the highlands to the Absheron sands. Having improved grape selection for centuries, Azerbaijanis managed to make the vine a priceless source of inspiration for scholars and poets.

Local grape varieties reflect the history of viticulture with their names showing the wide range of specifications from the type, color and aroma of grapes to the location and grower. There are more than 8,000 grape varieties in the world, but those which were and are grown in Azerbaijan are among the sweetest and most high-yielding.


$From 400 Euro


7 nights/8 days
Included in the tour price

All accommodations at the hotels; Breakfasts at the hotels; Professional English or Russian speaking tour guide during all trip; Transportation and transfers by modern coach with experienced driver; All entrance fees to the museums and tourist attractions according to the program (at least 12 pre-paid sights); Wine degustation’s according to the program (7 degustation); Daily bottle of water for each pax.

Not included in the tour price

Medical insurance (could be issued in case of request); Visa (could be issued in case of request); Air ticket (could be issued in case of request); Meals (lunch and dinner).


Following gifts will be presented to each member of the group upon arrival: bottle of fine wine; bottle of still water; pack of local nuts and dry fruits; the special edition of the national culinary book; map of Baku and Azerbaijan printed program of the tour.