In the area of the Imotski vineyards, where the grapevine has been harvested since the ancient times, the Grabovac family has been passing down grape and winemaking experience for 200 years. The recognition that the Grabovac family received in 1812 for their wines from the Napoleonic government is witness to this. The Grabovac family offers five different wines: The red wines Modro jezero barrique and Modro jezero, the white wines Sivi pinot and Kujundžuša and the rose wine Crveno jezero. Other than the listed wines, Grabovac also produces Dalmatia’s first sparkling wine, “Grabovac”. The Grabovac family also offers two types of rakija: Loza and travarica. The Grabovac vineyards are located in the northwest part of the Imotski fields, in Prološac at some of the best locations in the Imotski vineyards. In 1992, following privatization, the family entered the winemaking and vineyard building business professionally. Six hectares of new vineyards and a new and modernly equipped wine cellar were all built during the early nineties.
The winery is situated in the northwest part of the Imotski fields, in Prološac. It’s located eighty miles from Split, and sixty miles from Makarska and Međugorje, which makes it an ideal destination for one-day outings to come visit or have a wine tasting. The Grabovac winery is one of the unavoidable stops on the wine paths of Biokovo which connect all the wineries on the continental part of central Dalmatia.