With its diversity of microclimates, this pearl of the Adriatic is capable of producing magnificent
wines of different styles from the indigenous Dalmatian varieties, some of which are not found
anywhere else, except Hvar.
Find Hvar wines in Split restaurants:
Diocletian’s Wine House
Para di Soto
In the courthyard of the Split City Museum this July 5th you can taste Bogdanjuša, from the
Carić winery, the autochthonous Hvar variety. A light, fresh, crispy white wine that was a part
of the religious feasts, as the name suggests. Beleca from the Tomić winery , has a rich and
sweet bouquet. It is produced from Pošip,the most important Dalmatian white variety, and
Bogdanuša. Both varieties create the perfect harmony in which Bogdanuša gives lightness and
freshness, and Pošip gives strength and body. Opolo rosé from Zlatan Otok winery – the most
important red Croatian variety, Plavac Mali, here gives an aromatic, fruity, summer wine. Plavac
2718 from the Duboković winery suggests the name of the number of sunny hours in the year
that the Island of Hvar refeives. The sun and heat are felt in each drop. This beautiful wine will
be followed by the snacks prepared by the Diocletian’s Wine House restaurant. You can also
taste these wines them from July 3 to July 10 in one of Winelife’s partner restaurants.
On July 12 (Split City Museum) , we will enjoy the following wine selection from this sunny island:
Winery Vujnović and his Prč,
Bogdanjuša of winery Pinjata,
Rosina of Jo Ahearne MW (Darnekuša grape variety)
and Plavac deluxe PZ Svirče (Cooperative Svirče)
With carefully designed snacks from UJE oil bar.
You can also taste these four wines from 10 to 17 July in one of Winelife’s partner restaurants.