Herzegovina has a long tradition of growing grapevines dating back to Illyrian times. It is worth mentioning that Bosnian King Tvrtko, then still ban, visited Herzegovina and tasted the domestic varieties Žilavka and Blatina for which he had a word of praise. With the arrival of Austro-Hungarians in the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina, comes modernization of wine-growing and vine-growing about a decade later. A words of praise for Herzegovina's wine went beyond borders of Austro-Hungary thanks to the acknowledgments given to them in Budapest, Brussels, London, Marseille, Paris and Vienna.

The Vina Zadro vineyards are located in the area of ​​Dubravska plateau, covering a total area of ​​40 hectares, and they are spread on several different locations: Luka, Milinovača, Mitrovača, Humčina and Bogoševac, which are within a distance of 8 kilometers around the winery. Dubravska plateau has a Mediterranean climate, with warm summers and mild winters, and a sufficient number of rainfall, with number of 2300 sunny hours in a year. The vineyards are located at 430 meters above sea level and there is constant airflow that prevents frequent development of diseases in vineyards. The soil is made of slate and humus. Contact resources are used to protect vineyards.

Taking into account the pedological properties of the land on which our vineyards have been planted, from white varieties we have domestic Žilavka, Bena, Krkošija and International Chardonnay, and from red varieties we have domestic Blatina and Trnjak and international Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Alicante Bouchet and Vranac.