The Nuić Winery was established in 2004 when the first 7 hectares of land was planted with vines; the first wines, Žilavka, Blatina, and Blatina Barrique, were launched in 2008. Since then, the family has expanded their cultivation area and the range of wines they offer. The Nuić Winery is located in the village of Crnopod, between Ljubuški and Međugorje, on a lowland area sheltered by soft rolling hills. Today, their terrain has expanded to encompass 35 hectares and 190,000 vines consisting mostly of Žilavka and Blatina with the presence of Plavac Mali, Trnjak, Syrah, Pošip, and more. Central to the Nuić winemaking practice is a respect for the local ecosystem and recognition that its qualities, including the red clay soil, elevation, exposure, and climate, contribute to bountiful yields. These natural components are combined with the most up to date viticultural techniques for the production of quality grapes and premium wines. The Winery offers a range of tasting options for those who would like to visit, providing an opportunity for guests to tour the winery and cellar with an expert. Their educated oenologists will be happy to introduce you to the secrets of producing top quality wines with new advanced technologies that have enriched the tradition with the best practices of today.