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Vineyards throughout history

Historically, viticulture has always been one of the leading industries for the local Konavle family as well as for the community. The Dubrovnik Republic paid true attention to it, as can be seen from a 1424 A.D. decree defining the prices of the wine, with the exception of the Malvasija wine produced in Konavle, to which no price limits were set. The company's experts have striven to revive the historically vital sort on their plantations that suffered immense damages in the war, aiming to restore this precious wine sort back on the local and international markets. By 2019, Dubrovnik cellars Ltd. disposed 35 hectares of their restored vineyards and 70 hectares in cooperation with growers from the Konavle vineyards.

Dubrovački podrumi presently

Dubrovnik cellars are intensively working on increasing and encouraging the quality standards, as well as planting new vineyards, some of their own, and some in cooperation with the contractors. They have planted 12 hectares of Plavac Mali grapes on the quality location, which descends on the slopes of the mountain above Cavtat, creating a new brand of the Dubrovnik cellars.