Bura vineyards are found in gravel terraces, rich in minerals, among which potassium stands out, facing south, down to the sea on a slope of up to 50 degrees, from a height ranging from 300 meters to 150 meters, in a climate, typically Mediterranean flora and fauna.
The richness in potassium is probably the most important factor responsible for the quality of the grape and the Dingač wine.
The vineyards receive an average annual insolation of 2650 hours, that is, 7.2 hours per day and 9.6 hours in the vegetative cycle.
The annual average of rain is of 1200mm and during the vegetative cycle of 350mm.
Link to Dingač film 80’s. Press picture below.