Edivo wine bar

Srednja i Južna Dalmacija
Price range

The story begins in the Pelješac peninsula, between Ston and Orebić in the small town of Drače. They made their first wine in 2011. It wasn’t a “regular” wine but rather wine kept under the sea in a glass bottle and an amphora. It was no mean feat, the first bottles were submerged in late-2013 and early-2014. Glass bottles containing 750 ml of wine are placed in a clay amphora which is then sealed with a cap and a double layer of wax and submerged under the sea at a depth of 18 to 28 metres. The wine is left to age for 700 days. Navis Mysterius - Brodska tajna is how the wine is named because of Croatia’s first underwater winery. They were granted a concession for a sunken ship that has been at the bottom of the sea for 30 years and today it’s used as a winery.

Every bottle actually holds a secret, it’s unique, one-of-a-kind, filled with love and hard work, and a lot of time has been invested in every single bottle.

Everything was made in Croatia: Plavac Mali 2012 from Janjina, the clay is fired in Petrinja, wrought iron bases from Sisak, pine wood cases from Varaždin... a product that’s creating a lot of buzz and that’s definitely sought after.

-- Your Gourmet 365

Contact number 098/666-141

Web www.edivovina.hr/

E-mail edivovina@gmail.com

Working hours: MON - SUN: 10:00 - 22:00

Region Dalmatia-Dubrovnik

Address Edivo Wine bar Drače 18, 20246 Drače Regija: Južna Dalmacija Poluotok Pelješac Croatia - Hrvatska Edivo d.o.o. Janjina 62, 20246 Janjina Poluotok Pelješac Croatia - Hrvatska


Navis Mysterium - Brodska tajna is a unique product in Croatia.
The wine is made in small quantities from Plavac Mali, an indigenous Croatian grape variety and ages at the bottom of the sea in a glass bottle placed in a clay amphora.

If you’d like to learn more about this wine, pay a visit to the Edivo Wine bar at the Pelješac peninsula where you can familiarise yourself with the underwater wine production process and taste the secret of the sea depths.

Upon your request you’ll get a chance to “dive in” accompanied by an expert inspector who’ll show you the spectacular view of the sea depths and the wine cellar.