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Why Split should be your next co-working destination: Wine

· croatia,Digital Nomad

Locally grown, picked and produced

Split is part of the rugged Dalmatian coastline that stretches a staggering three hundred and fifty kilometres. The Mediterranean climate completes this lesser-known paradise, providing the locals with appetizing olives, fresh seafood and finally, a variety of refreshing and delicious wine. Vineyards can be spotted almost everywhere along the coast, and in gardens in Split you will also see grapes growing, although not necessary for wine production.

Varieties of both red and white

The most well-known local wine varieties include Plavac Mali and Pošip (to name but a few) and provide us all with the perfect accompaniment to the fish or meat we get served. Furthermore, quality wine here doesn't cost an arm and a leg, and you can find it locally in small bottle shops. If you want to taste it where it's made, you can pop to a winery nearby, for example the Tomić winery in Hvar. If you can't make it that far, then go to Bokeria in the old town for a great selection and warm atmosphere, with singers occasionally performing there.

That's enough for today, this wine isn't going to drink itself.

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