Wine tour of Brac
Explore the verdant island of Brac for a day of fascinating culture and fine wines. Croatia’s largest island is a world of its own with historic towns, mysterious monasteries and caves hidden in its hilly interior.
Traveling through the highest vineyards in the whole of Croatia you will make the spectacular descent into the town of Bol, famous for its stunning Golden Horn beach. Here you will taste the award-winning Stina wines in the very first Dalmatian winery which dates back to the 1900's. Stina wines draw their inspiration from the famous Brac island stone and the word 'stina' itself means 'stone' in the local Dalmatian dialect. After touring the production area and the oak barriques in the cellars, sample their exceptional varieties such as the Plavac Mali and Pošip.
Next you will continue to the charming town of Dracevica and to a family-run winery for the opportunity to sample their two Plavac varieties; Bosso and Brocka Ric and their delightful rosé; Spoza. Taste authentic food paired with home-produced wines on an exclusive private estate perched high on a hilltop and enjoy Dalmatian home cooking in the most idyllic of settings.