Bosnia-Hercegovina white wines
Viticulture in Bosnia-Herzegovina is very much influenced by the two autoctone grapes Žilavka (white wine) and Blatina (red wine), which together are planted on 95% of the approximately 6,000 hectares of cultivated land. Wines from the area of Mostar were once very popular at the Viennese court, which is why today the term "imperial vineyards" is still in use. The Žilavka grape is the number one of white wine varieties, it tolerates the dryness and heat of the country very well and produces full-bodied white wines that are still fresh. In addition, the imported Chardonnay plays a certain role, resulting in the full white wines with a creamy character. Vinarija Zadro is considered to be one of the country's leading producers, as highlighted by numerous international awards.