The Stina Winery in Bol, on the island of Brač, offers a special experience for every wine lover. This island, which is otherwise known for its exceptional beaches, has become the new origin of the award-winning Stina wine, whose uniqueness is characterised not only by its special label, but also by its high quality. Several well-known prizes have been awarded to the Croatian island cellars for their wines. The word "stina", which means "stone" in the local language, refers to the white, marble-like limestone that is mined in Brač. In fact, it was used in the construction of Diocletian's Palace in Split. Stina pays tribute to the ancient tradition of wine-growing on Brač. For the innovative team at the local winery, it's a welcome challenge to cultivate the steep and stony coasts - hundreds of metres above sea level - and to become the source of a new tradition. Due to the vineyards' steep slopes, the grapes are optimally exposed to the sun's rays, and - together with the rocky ground - they create a very special flavor. Try it out on an excursion to the Stina Winery! The young winemakers will be happy to show you around and explain the wine-making process. Don't forget to visit the famous postcard beach, "Zlatni Rat".