The Starigrad Ager vineyards
We own a number of separate plots between Jelsa and Stari Grad. The Ager Pharensis (as it was called by the Romans), also known as the Chora Pharou (as it was called by the Greeks), the best-preserved example of a Greek land registry that has come down to us, is today a UNESCO World Heritage site. The original parcellisation has been preserved thanks to the centuries-long efforts of Hvar’s peasants, who guarded and restored the Greek dry walls. The original plots (900x180m), which were then further subdivided over the centuries, are still clearly visible from the air. We are proud that our work contributes to the preservation of this unique agrarian environment. This is where we mostly grow our white varieties, such as Bogdanjusa, Kuc, Marastina and Posip, which we use to produce our three whites: Bogdanjusa, Cesarica, and Caric White Table Wine.
Our wines owe their distinctive character to their different soils and the microclimatic conditions prevailing in the individual vineyards. All of our vineyards are part of Vinogorje Hvar