The Benvenuti winery is situated in the quiet Istrian village of Kaldir, overlooking nearby Motovun. Three grape varieties are grown there - Malvasia Istriana, Teran and Muscat. Throughout history, these varieties have been giving the best results in Istria. Benvenuti is committed to using this unique territory sustainably, with gratitude for being a small part of it.
The Franc Arman Winery, in Istria in northwest Croatia, was established in 1850. Still a family owned business, led by Franc and Oliver Arman, the winery spans 20 acres, and produces indigenous Malvezija and Teran wines, along with international varietals, such as Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, and Merlot.
Stina project, as one of the most comprehensive wine projects in Croatia, began in 2009 when Jako Andabak, leased a cellar from the Agricultural Cooperative of Bol. The vineyards are planted on the dramatically steep slopes of the Island of Brac and cover around 120 acres. They produce the ingenious Plavac Mali wine and Opol Rose.