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Brist Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Vodnjan

(5/5 based on 95 reviews on the web)
Visit Brist Extra Virgin Olive Oil to learn about the process of making one of the most sought-after products in the world. View and admire olive groves, traditionally grown on the site of an ancient Roman village overlooking the Brijuni Islands. Sample the oils with snacks and delicious wine on the seaside deck, and enjoy the informative tour of the surrounding groves. Wrap up your visit at the onsite shop, where you can choose a bottle of homemade extra virgin olive oil to take back home. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Vodnjan holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Brist Extra Virgin Olive Oil and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • This shop is most beautiful one in whole town Vodnjan. Beside oil, you can buy many great stuff here. Olive oil is great, I love it. If you're in Vodnjan , you must visit them. 
  • While traveling the whole of Croatia, our group "happened "into The Brist Extra Virgin Olive Oil Shop. We got the history, process, samples, exciting tales from Paul who's passion for this commodity i...  more »
  • I visited the store and farm of Brist Olive Oil in September 2016. I returned to Brazil delighted with the attendance and the learning that I received in Brist Olive Oil. I was 2 weeks in Croatia, and visit the farm and desgustar the Brist Olive Oil, was certainly the highlight of my trip. I won't forget in my life. The family of Mr. Vikram has a lot to offer. Not only visitors but to the country. It's not just about the production process you learn, but about history, arqueológia and most importantly: the rescue of a part of the culture and the development of the know-how "the BRO". This combined with a correct ecological and organic management and above all concerned with the well-being and quality of life of the human being: who works at the site, and who consumes the products. Even though it's a long trip, my olive oil arrived well and I am enjoying and harmonizing fine dishes in Brazil. I hope to return with my Brazilian friends, because all were curious and delighted when tasting native that special flavor of Brist Olive Oil.
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