Bodren

Award-winning winery in Croatia

Product ID: 6553
Description

In the scenic hills of the peaceful region of Hrvatsko Zagorje, Croatia, sits the award-winning and innovative Bodren winery. Over the last 5 years, Bodren has bagged an impressive 20 medals at the Decanter World Wine awards in London in recognition of the first-class methods that lovingly go into their production, creating their nectarean wines. What better reason exists to visit than the promise of world-acclaimed wines? 
Basing their farming, harvesting and production on authentic and traditional methods. Bodren blends this with a more modern approach to invent continued improvements in their methodology. Bodren takes these time-tested methods and gives them a modern awakening with an end result leading to expanding vineyards, innovative production methods and the continued improvement of its already lofty production standards. 
Boris Drenski’s (Bodren’s owner and chief wine maker) vision and quest for quality has led to the winery’s recognition in the international field. With Bodren’s continued expansion, the winery boasts a large capacity of approximately 30,000 grape vines which produce Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay, Riesling and Traminer grapes as well as Yellow Muscat and Sauvignon Blanc vines. Next on the cards for Boris is the growing of...

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In the scenic hills of the peaceful region of Hrvatsko Zagorje, Croatia, sits the award-winning and innovative Bodren winery. Over the last 5 years, Bodren has bagged an impressive 20 medals at the Decanter World Wine awards in London in recognition of the first-class methods that lovingly go into their production, creating their nectarean wines. What better reason exists to visit than the promise of world-acclaimed wines? 
Basing their farming, harvesting and production on authentic and traditional methods. Bodren blends this with a more modern approach to invent continued improvements in their methodology. Bodren takes these time-tested methods and gives them a modern awakening with an end result leading to expanding vineyards, innovative production methods and the continued improvement of its already lofty production standards. 
Boris Drenski’s (Bodren’s owner and chief wine maker) vision and quest for quality has led to the winery’s recognition in the international field. With Bodren’s continued expansion, the winery boasts a large capacity of approximately 30,000 grape vines which produce Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay, Riesling and Traminer grapes as well as Yellow Muscat and Sauvignon Blanc vines. Next on the cards for Boris is the growing of the native grape of the Hrvatsko Zagorje region, the Krapinska Belina.
Bodren prides itself on being the ambassador of the region, and an example of the attainable possibilities of good wine-making. With luscious views and scenic castles aplenty in the surrounding area, you are constantly reminded of the rich history and tradition of the neighbouring region, as well as ties to nature and the environment, visible in the wine making today.

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Advanced Booking Required
Yes
Seasonal Activity

Open all year around.

Languages
Croatian and English
Opening Hours
Non-stop, reservations suggested
The meeting point

Rusnica 64, Hum na Sutli, 49 231

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Highlights
  • Small family winery

  • Taste award-winning wines

  • Ice wines and dessert wines

Nearby
  • Hotels

  • Restaurants

  • Thermal spas

  • Castles

  • Museums

  • Historical sights

Grape varieties

White:

  • Chardonnay
  • Pinot Blanc
  • Pinot Gris
  • Traminac
  • Riesling

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Product ID: 6553

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