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Kraljevski vinogradi / Royal Vineyards near Zadar producing some of the best Croatian wines
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published  09/5/2019 | Restaurants , Education , Companies , Business | Unrated
The director of the Royal Vineyards (Kraljevski vinogradi) is Zoran Pantalon







Top quality grapes from the stone vineyards and excellent taste of wines are the results of a special microclimate, its position by the sea and a full day of direct sun exposure, on average 2600 hours per year. This microclimate allows high-quality grape-growing that is extract and healthy for the production of white and red varieties. Bura acts as a fan that ventilates the grapes in the bedrock base, and at night cold air from Velebit, which descends towards the sea gives pleasure to create the most powerful extract. The director of the Royal Vineyards (Kraljevski vinogradi) is Zoran Pantalon.


Japanese guests from the city of Tokamachi enthused with Royal Vineyards near the city of Zadar


We have focused on three original Croatian grapevine varieties:

Pošip is the first Croatian protected white wine from 1967. that was proclaimed famous, in other words superb.

Plavac mali is the most prestigious indigenous Dalmatian variety originated by spontaneous crossing of two older varieties, Šolta's Dobričić and medieval Tribidiraga (Pribidraga, Crljenak kaštelanski, and perhaps even of some other old names), in the area of Southern Dalmatia before at least 250 years.

Crljenak is an old indigenous Croatian grape variety. It has been scientifically proven that Italian Primitivo and Zinfandel American, are genetically identical to Crljenak and Plavac mali, originated from it. The style of origin can be identified in each of our wines, that we lead to refinement in the nose and palate and that we enjoy with the original Dalmatian-Mediterranean food.

Our passion for quality is embedded in every drop of wine.






Yoko Nishii, Japanese pianist, greeting us from the Royal Wineyards in Zadar, Croatia

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