Croatia's First Underwater Winery Is Open to Visitors

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And you can take a dive to see it.

As one of the countries that drinks the most wine in the world, Croatia knows its vino. But now, the Balkan nation is taking it to the next level: About an hour north of Dubrovnik, in the town of Drače, on the Pelješac peninsula, the country’s first underwater winery is open to visitors. Not only has the Edivo Vina winery been created in this below-sea-level sanctuary, but they also invite guests to dive with them and explore their process—as a bonus, visitors will even get to swim by an old sunken boat at the bottom of the Mali Ston Bay. How’s that for a next-level viticulture experience?

The process isn't all under the sea, however:

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