Imagine an island whose vineyards enjoy the most sun in the Adriatic, an average of 2,724 hours a year.  

Imagine an island whose wine tradition has continued uninterrupted since the Ancient Greeks planted the first vines in 384 BC

Imagine an island whose quality wines include Croatia’s only Grand Cru.

Imagine Hvar.  

The good news is there is no need to imagine.  The wines are ready for tasting, the picturesque vineyards are available to visit, the wine experts are waiting to share their knowledge and produce.

A wine tour of Hvar should be an integral part of any visit to Croatia’s premier island.

Award for WOW Association Sparkling Wine of the Year Presented

Total Croatia News

This past Sunday, on November 24th, in a fantastic newly opened space, the award ceremony for the WOW Association sparkling ...

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Iločki Podrumi Present Their Innovative Graševina from the Adriatic

Total Croatia News

Iločki podrumi, a winemaking company from the eastern Croatian town of Ilok, invited Total Croatia News to the presentation of ...

Croatian Winemakers: ”Less Grapes, But Quality Unquestionable”

Lauren Simmonds

Some varieties have already been harvested and although Croatian growers are struggling with labour shortages, the harvest will be finished ...

Enjoy Sparkling Wines and the Oscars (Vino&Kino Event) at Bornstein

Total Croatia News

Vino&Kino (in English the title would be translated as Wine&Movies, so you can appreciate that it does make more sense ...

Croatian Family Wine Businesses Even Attracting Americans

Lauren Simmonds

Plešivica is an oasis for lovers of traditional gastronomy and wine-making, a longtime favourite destination for many of Zagreb’s residents, Plešivica ...

Second Best in European Union: Croatia Produced 35% More Wine This Year

Lauren Simmonds

Croatia is the second best in the European Union when it comes to wine production for 2018. The country produced ...

Medjimurje Winemaker Exports to France, Germany, Sweden, and Hong Kong

Lauren Simmonds

The Medjimurje winery is investing European money into planting vineyards, mechanisation, and, of course, tourism.

Descendant of Famous Russian Family to Put Istrian Castle on Wine and Tourism Map

Lauren Simmonds

One Russian who has fallen in love with Istria and all things wine is set to place one old castle ...

Tonči Marijan (Pitve)

Daniela Rogulj

Tonči Marijan is known for the Bibitus ‘Plavac Pitve’, an exceptional product from a small family vineyard. An extremely small ...

Luviji (Hvar)

Daniela Rogulj

LUVIJI ROOFTOP RESTAURANT Luviji is a family-owned tavern tucked away in Hvar town. The owner – a winemaker, olive oil ...

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