Cuvée Blend, Zlatan Otok 'Bilo Idro'
Pošip is a true Croatian white grape indigenous to the island of Korčula. Discovered by chance, this white grape is one of the very few that managed to resist phylloxera and still grows on its own rootstock since it was planted in sandy soils of Smokvica village. The grape's strong aromatic profile means it can contribute a certain strength of character to blended wines, but it is also able to create distinctive varietal wines with refreshing acidity and vibrant citrus notes.
Bogdanuša is an ancient white grape variety that is indigenous to the island of Hvar, on Croatia's west coast [Primorska Hrvatska]. Nowadays, it is grown mostly around Ager, where it makes light white wines with floral aromas.
Zlatan Otok 'Bilo Idro' Marina Cuvee is one of the most awarded wineries with a long tradition of producing top quality wines from indigenous Croatian varieties. Located in Sveta Nedjelja, surrounded by beautiful and unique vineyards on the steep southern slopes of the island of Hvar, this winery has produced a fresh, crisp, and mineral-driven white that is meant to capture drinking on the Adriatic coast.