Wine tasting for a Day in Cappadocia + Best tours advice

Cappadocia, famous for its unique geological formations called fairy chimneys, is one of Turkey’s unique gems. Soft volcanic tuffs played a significant role in forming the mesmerizing cone-shaped rocky structures, which were later carved to be used as houses, castles, churches, and underground cities by past cultures.

Whether you want to take a ride in the gorgeous hot air balloons, opt for hiking, or take a walk on foot, Cappadocia is a rare spot giving you a different experience every time you visit it, regardless of the season. You can do many activities there, wine tasting, for example, with the aged wines stored in the underground wine cellars.

Sample the Local Wines

When it comes to wine making in Turkey, Cappadocia is often one of the first places that comes to mind. The reputation of white wines produced with Emir grapes found in Cappadocia is world renown. The vineyards have been in existence since the Hittites were in the region and discovered that the fertile soil produced excellent quality grapes and a distinct flavor.

The wine cellars are also carved into the rocks, which add quality to the wine as they have constant natural temperatures in both Summer and Winter. Although there are many boutique wineries in Cappadocia, the most famous are Urgup Turasan and Uchisar Kocabag. While here, do a wine sampling to gather the true flavors of the region via Wine Tasting for a day!

Wine Tasting For a Day in Cappadocia Tour

What to Expect?

The local winemakers are waiting for you in the heart of Cappadocia to share with you the secrets of the regional wines with a fantastic wine tasting day out.

Want to know the tidbits about “How is wine tested?” and learn more about its quality with confidence? Then, you’re on the right page! Doing it in the magical Cappadocia area, blended with culture, history, art, and many more perks, will give you unforgettable memories you will carry all your life.

We are here to help you learn about wine from the experts through these exciting and unique private wine tours in Cappadocia—your getaway spot for a day!

About Typical Private Wine Tour

Imagine yourself sipping a glass of wine and tasting the regional wines of Cappadocia. Experience and enjoy this authentic experience. Depending on the season, you will discover the work in the vineyards, get to know all about the process of making wine. And buy a memorable souvenir of Cappadocia region wines for your loved ones.

Process of tasting rose wine
  • Private Guided Wine Tasting Tour
  • Visits to 3 Different Wineries
  • Lasts 3 hours
  • Easy Cancellation
  • Full Refund (If you cancel within 48 hours)

Typical Wine-Tour Itinerary Details

There are so many perks waiting for you in Cappadocia. Wine Tasting Tour is the perfect way to learn more about the most delicious and different types of grapes from the picturesque Cappadocia – Turkey’s Central Anatolia region, making you feel like you are in a fairy-tale with its fairy chimneys and colorful balloons flying all around in the air surrounded by the historic structures.

Experience highlights:

  • Complimentary Hotel Pickups & Dropoffs
  • Visits to 3 different wineries.
  • Savor the unforgettable wine taste alongside tasty appetizers that will always make you cherish!
  • Guide. Enjoy the wine tour with a knowledgeable English-speaking guide.
  • Duration: 3 hours


  • Complimentary hotel pick-up/drop-off
  • Travel in a comfortable vehicle
  • Professional English-speaking guide
  • Drinks
  • Appetizers


  • Main course

Maximize your experience with these unique Cappadocia tours and experiences that are personal and fun!

Online Booking Channels

Here we only suggest the proven ways and top rated ones with travelers’ comments. You can feel free to book one of the below top selling Cappadocia Wine Tasting Tours.

Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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Local Recommendations from Cappadocia4U team

If youʻre visiting Cappadocia for the first time, we have you covered. Below are some of the top recommendations, tours and experiences!

Some useful info

  • Cappadocia is the name of the region situated in the middle of Turkey. It is mostly known by the three popular towns of Goreme, Urgup and Uchisar but actually it is the name of the very big region spread through the cities of Nevsehir, Kirsehir, Nigde, Aksaray and Kayseri.
  • If you are first-time visitor, want to get familiar, please read our Cappadocia for first timers guide.
  • If you are not sure how to travel, please read our Traveling to Cappadocia guide.
  • If you don't know where to stay, please read our Where to Stay in Cappadocia guide for regions, and Accommodation guide for hotels.
  • If it is hard to plan your days, please read our Ideal 3-Days Cappadocia itinerary.

Top Attractions & Sights

There are 6 must do and see in Cappadocia that you won't want to miss!

  1. Hot Air Balloon Rides (the most exciting attractions in the world)
  2. Goreme Open Air Museum (some best-preserved examples of Byzantine rock-cut architecture and frescoes in the world)
  3. Pasabag Monks Valley (one of the most popular fairy chimneys areas)
  4. Uchisar Castle (highest point, the biggest fairy chimney)
  5. Derinkuyu Underground City (one of the largest underground cities in the world, 8th century BC)
  6. Ihlara Valley (fantastic canyon with a depth of about 100 mt. and 14 km. length)

Tip-1: One of the best ways to explore Cappadocia is by taking a sightseeing tour, so that you can cover all the top sights. Three main sightseeing tours available: Red Tour (covers the highlights of the region), Green Tour (best of natural and historical sites), and Blue Tour (lesser-known sights, off-the-beaten-path experience)

Tip-2: Private Tours are also good choice within a well-planned and custom itinerary along with a private vehicle, driver and professional guide. Great for those who don't have a car or don't know the region well.

For leisure activities we'd recommend 2 must-take attractions! Don't miss! Wine Tasting and Photo Shooting