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Bogdanuša is a white grape variety, which is grown on the Croatian island of Hvar, where it originated on the Stari Grad Plain. Wines from this grape tend to be dry with a green-yellow to golden color and from 12% alcohol on up.
Premium quality Bogdanuša wines are produced by Dalmacijavino, and Plančić Winery.
Legend says that this wine was drunk at religious festivals and that is why it got the name Bogdanuša (given by God).
Bogdanuša is also known under the synonyms Bogdanoucha, Bogdanuša Bijela, Bogdanuša Mala, Bogdanuša Vela, Bogdanuša Vela Mladinka, Bojadanuša, Bojdanuša, Mladeinka, Vrbanjka, and Vrbanjska.
- Ante Krstulovic (2008), Vina Hrvarske: Vodeci hrvatski vinari, najbolja hrvatska vina i najvaznije vinske sorte [Wines of Croatia: Leading Croatia Winemakers, Best Croatian Wines and Major Varietals] (in Croatian), Profil, p. 224, ISBN 978-953-12-0944-1
- "Bogdanuša". Vinopedia.hr. Retrieved 7 August 2010.
- Bašić, Želimir (9 January 2005). "Bogdanuša, vino iz antičkog agera". Slobodna Dalmacija (in Croatian). Retrieved 10 June 2012.
- Vitis International Variety Catalogue: Bogdanusa, accessed 2010-07-08
- Vinopedia (Croatian)
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