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Approximately 5¾ Hours
Visit the Grgich cellars and try some of their wines that are famous throughout Europe, as well as their olive oil.
Next, stop at the Edivo Winery in Drace, whose owners are the authors of a rather unusual concept: "The idea of immersing bottles… under the sea seemed feasible, but it took time to check a lot of things and explore." The real story began in 2011, when they made their first wine and placed the bottles and tanks in the sea to age in the cool seawater. The result was not known until two years later, when they opened the first vintage aged in the sea. Interestingly, the wine aged in the cellar received a silver medal, but the wine aged in the sea received a gold medal two years running at the Wine Fest Sabatina competition. The wine is called Navis Mysterium -- Secrets of the Sea. Today you will taste a liqueur and three wines -- the exquisite Plavac wine from Janjina, aged in a cellar; the Navis Mysterium wine, aged in bottles in the sea; and another batch aged in large containers in the sea. Sample the essence of the Adriatic through local cheeses, prosciutto, and olives. See pottery that is baked in Petrinja, stands made of wrought iron from Sisak, pinewood boxes made in Varazdin, and local glass and cork -- everything here is a purely Croatian product.
A leisurely drive takes you back along the peninsula and south along the coastline to the ship at Dubrovnik.
Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes.