Dalmacijavino Wine Harvest Kicks Off in October!

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For the third year in a row, Dalmacijavino is organizing a grape harvest trip for all nature, wine, and harvest lovers who want to spend an active day in the largest Dalmatian vineyard where grapes have been grown for centuries.

On Saturday, October 9, from 9 am, in the Petrovo polje vineyard, the largest Dalmatian winery will host those who want to feel the authentic harvest experience in one of the most beautiful locations and be part of a unique wine and tourism story that grows from year to year. Last year, over a hundred people participated! 

“Those young and old come to us, families with children, students, retirees, and entire mountaineering clubs. This is an event for all generations, and we believe it will become a long tradition. The fact that many of those in the first edition came back for the second year goes in favor of that and says that the Dalmatian hinterland and wines are an experience that should be offered to people. We are glad that they recognized that in our country, and I invite everyone to join us,” said Kristina Pinkert, director of the Dalmacijavino winery.

All interested are welcome, and a small competition will be organized! Namely, those who harvest the most grapes in three hours will receive personalized bottles, marked with their family name, from these fruits, which will be handed to them next year when the wine is aged. Because every Dalmatian deserves to have their wine! A traditional brunch is also provided for everyone of prosciutto and cheese with a glass of good wine, along with a tourist tour of attractions in Drniš!

Free bus transport from Split is provided for all visitors, and it is possible to come by car. All participants must register by emailing [email protected] or via the Dalmacijavino Facebook page. 

A COVID vaccination certificate, a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours, or an antigen test not older than 48 hours is required for bus transport and participation, following currently applicable national measures.