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Strmendolac is a small town 30 kilometers north of Split and the highest point where vine is grown due to elevation and harsh continental climate caused by mountain ranges surrounding this area. Throughout the year, the temperature is very low during the night, including during summertime when the temperature drops even below 15 C. These temperature differences are responsible for the harmonious ratio of acids and sugars in wine.

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The Krolo Family has been cultivating vineyards for over 300 years, but Drazan Krolo is the only member who decided to follow his passion and do it professionally 12 years ago. Nowadays, Krolo wines have a recognizable taste and quality and dozens of acknowledgements from all over the world. The winery capacity should soon reach the number of 40,000 bottles of wine. Five varieties are offered: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Kastelanski Crljenak, Chardonnay and Posip.

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Join us for the tasting of Posip, Chardonnnay, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot wines on 2nd August 2017 at the gorgeous courtyard of the City Museum of Split. The wine tasting will include 4 glasses of wine coupled with tasty bites prepared by the Pasta Factory. The price of wine tasting is 100 kuna (€14) per person.

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