In 2000. family Sladić starts a winemaking production. However, they only focus on indigenous varieties that perfectly reflect Skradin terroir.
Thanks to limestone soil, an altitude of 270 m, around 2000 hours of sunshine, and cold nights, their white wines are creamy and mineral, fresh, with aromas of Dalmatian wild herbs and citrus.
Red wines are not typical Dalmatian wines, they are soft, and smooth, with lively acids and flavors of the green peppers and cherries. Sladić wines are perfectly balanced and polished by the aging in wood.
Native grape varieties from which they make white and red wine are:
The family has a mission and a goal to revitalize indigenous varieties of the Skradin region and present their full potential by using sustainable viticulture.
Over 6 hectares of vineyards, native grape varieties, two types of soil, and natural water sources adorn their beautiful vineyards.
Visitors can experience wine, cheese, and olive oil tasting with an organized walking tour through the vineyards positioned near the Krka National Park.