Põltsamaa is a small, historic town located right in the centre of mainland Estonia. Wine production kicked off here in 1921 and Põltsamaa is now a well known local wine brand. Today you can sample Põltsamaa wines in Põltsamaa wine cellar as well as in most bars and restaurants across the country. All of the fruit and berries used to make Põltsamaa wines are grown in Estonia.
Haapsalu is less known as the capital per se, but it is well regarded for its long-standing spa history, and more importantly – the use of local healing mud. People from all across Scandinavia flock here to take a famous local mud bath.
Other honorary titles include:
Narva - the capital of autumn
Jõgeva – the capital of frost
Saku – the capital of beer