Stina Winery in Bol, Brač Island

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Stina winery was founded in 2009 and owns 70 hectares of vineyards on the island of Brač where it grows mostly indigenous Dalmatian sorts: Plavac Mali, Crljenak, Pošip and Vugava. Wine production is in the very centre of Bol, a renowned Dalmatian tourism destination, built in 1903 for the First Dalmatian Wine Cooperative.

Brač island, where Stina is located, through history has been known and recognised mostly by its specific white stone, as well as artists who lived and created on Brač, inspired by the beauty of Brač and Brač stone. That same stone (stina in local dialect) is a symbol of the hard work of Brač winemakers.

The label of Stina wines is inspired by Brač stone, a strong symbol of Brač island.

The love for winemaking and wine growing, supported by superior technology and knowledge, placed Stina wines in a short period among recognisable and appreciated premium brands of Croatian winemaking, winning over consumers and earning medals in domestic and many foreign markets.

Products: Plavac mali Barrique, Plavac mali Majstor, Plavac mali Remek djelo, Pošip Majstor, sort wines, Stina Cuvee
White sorts: Chardonnay, Pošip, Vugava
Red sorts: Cabernet Sauvignon, Crljenak, Merlot, Plavac mali, Syrah
Enologists: Rikard Perić, Leo Gracin

Address: Riva, 21420 Bol
Opening hours: May 1st to October 1st – 16h to midnight, other times per arrangement.
Cell phone: +385 (0)99 8155517
Contact person: Ivo Kraljević

For the original and more from the G.E.T. Guide to wine, click here.


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