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Amazing wine tasting experience!

Our tour was conducted by the owner Michael and he was phenomenal! From the intro to the food, to... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
mah0519
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Lovely time! Highly recommended

We took just an hour long bus from Bratislava to meet Martin at the winery / cellar. We had a... read more

Reviewed 28 August 2021
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Reviewed 1 February 2020

On a trip to Europe, we decided to spend a night in Bratislava because my husband’s family immigrated to the US from the smaller villages outside of Bratislava around 1900. We don’t know much about his family, but records that we have show they were wine growers. We found out about the wine tour and thought we would try it to check out the area and learn some of the history of wine making in the region. When we arrived, Martin had set a wonderful table with treats prepared by his mother, and we tasted several wonderful wines at the table and also from the barrels in the wine cellar. We learned a lot about the area and the history of wine making. We also found out that Martin went to school with someone who had the same family name as ours. We are from northern Michigan, which is home to a growing wine industry. This tour reminded us a lot of the smaller wineries on the Leelanau Peninsula but with a much more personal touch and the depth of centuries of wine making.

Date of experience: February 2020
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Reviewed 10 November 2019 via mobile

I was just in Bratislava on my own for a weekend between a business trip. I really wanted to go wine tasting in Modra. I found Vino Fiala on TripAdvisor, and much to my surprise, when my hotel called, they agreed to a wine tasting at the very last minute for a very cheap price. I took an Uber (~25 euro) from Old Town in Bratislava to the winery, and proceeded to have the BEST evening with Martin Fiala, son of the original winery owner himself. Not only did I hear the history of the quaint winery & sample home made snacks and very generous portions of wine, Martin took me on a walk around the tour & gave me a tour. We had such great conversation about our cultures, my travels, his winery visitors etc., and I loved how kind, open & genuine he was. I couldn’t believe he was taking all this time out of his schedule for a solo traveler like myself. This was the first time I sampled wines right out of the barrels since they were ready. What a fantastic evening! Don’t miss this winery on your trip to Slovakia.

Date of experience: October 2019
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Reviewed 18 September 2019

We had visited house of Pana Fiala to know more about local wines and experience slovak cuisine which was freshly cooked from kitchen on that night. We really enjoyed whole experience especially an amazing food and leave with some bottle's of wine, which we couldn't resist.

Date of experience: September 2019
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Reviewed 8 September 2019

Visited Vino Fiala in Modra. Did think we were visiting the Vineyards, so we were a bit surprised. The talk and tour around the processing plant was interesting. Michal was a lovely host and gave us lovely cheeses and walnut scones. Then we looked around Modra, which was a very impressive village, lots of lovely cafes to have coffee and cake.

Date of experience: September 2019
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Reviewed 22 August 2019

Beautifully humble hospitality and outstanding wine. We asked to have a tasting and were given that lovely opportunity by the winemaker and his family. A sweet, welcoming atmosphere, delicious wine, and we learned so much about the culture/winemaking/everything! Thank you for this experience!

Date of experience: August 2019
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ZuzanaC105, Manager at Vino Fiala, responded to this reviewResponded 24 August 2019

Thank you! You are always welcome at Vino Fiala. Looking forward to your next visit.

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