Inspiration from stone...

Deriving its name from the white stone of the island Brac, Stina meaning stone

The island has housed many artists over the years and the makers of Stina wine are no different. They see their wine as a work of art to be shared with the world.

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. In the Dalmatian dialect, this word means stone, the strongest symbol of the island of Brač. Immediately after the takeover of the cellar, its complete reconstruction and technological equipping started. Apart from the standard and contemporary equipped grape processing and wine aging space, the cellar also has a superbly designed space for wine tasting and sale.

Location: Brač 


2015 Cuvee Red

International in style, this wine benefits from the dominant influence of indigenous Plavac Mali and hand harvested when it reaches phenolic ripeness. Favorable climatic conditions and low yield grape result in a high-quality Plavac.  Dark red in color, the wine is dominated by spicy notes and red and black fruits featuring supple tannins and notes of dried plums and cherry.  This blend is 70% Plavac Mali, 10% Merlot, 10% Syrah, and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon.  This is a great house or table red wine alternative.


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Cuvee White

Young fresh white blend from specially selected barrels of indigenous Pošip as well as Vugava and Chardonnay. The creamy pear, ripe cantaloupe, lemon, and green fig flavors characterize this blend.  Grapes cool in an oxygen-free environment before pressing.  This wine is a perfect complement to seafood, poultry, and fresh vegetables.


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