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Imotski Kujundžuša is the oldest indigenous variety from which a delicate wine with a fruity taste and very specific aromas is produced whilst it has been awarded with a certificate as a top quality wine. Of the white varieties in the Imotski region, Chardonnay, Sauvignon, Pošip, Pinot Gris and Žilavka are cultivated whilst among the red varieties, the most common are Trnjak and Vranac.

When it comes to the traditional processing of grapes into wine, a feature of the Sinj region is the fact that in this area both red and white grape varieties are mixed. The result of this method of processing is a the Hrvaština wine, which is light red in colour, moderately bitter and with a high acid content. It is a wine that contains the old indigenous varieties of Ninčuša, Glavinka, Plavina and Crljenak.



DUGOPOLJE PRSUT THE CHAMPION AT INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL IN DRNISA proud day for the prsut (prosciutto) producers of Dugopolje at the recent 6th International Prsut Festival in Drnis, as...
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