Producer Profile

Vinas Mora

Kreso Petrekovic, the visionary behind Vinas Mora, isn't just a seasoned wine professional; he's also a passionate advocate for preserving Primošten's unique viticultural heritage in Croatia. After success with Podrum Franjo, his initial winery, Kreso embarked on Vinas Mora during the COVID-19 pandemic, drawn to Primošten's terroir and the indigenous Babić grape.

What distinguishes Kreso is his dedication to supporting local farmers like Josipa and Neno Marinov, who maintain traditional winemaking practices. Vinas Mora arose from an almost abandoned local co-op, saved by Kreso, Neno, and Niko Dukan. They revitalized the facilities, preserving a rich winemaking tradition.

Where The Wines Come From


Nestled along the sun-kissed Dalmatian Coast of Croatia, Primošten is a charming seaside town that has recently emerged as a hidden gem for natural wine enthusiasts. With its rugged limestone hillsides and proximity to the Adriatic Sea, Primošten's vineyards boast a unique terroir that lends itself to the cultivation of indigenous grape varieties like Plavac Mali and Pošip. Winemakers in Primošten are embracing a philosophy of minimal intervention, prioritizing organic and biodynamic practices in both the vineyard and cellar. The resulting natural wines showcase vibrant fruit flavors, crisp acidity, and a distinct maritime influence, reflecting the region's rich cultural heritage and stunning coastal landscape. As interest in natural wines continues to grow, Primošten is gaining recognition as a destination where wine lovers can discover authentic and terroir-driven expressions of Croatian winemaking.