Indigenous varieties

  • Črnica

    An old Istrian variety, cultivated predominantly in Istria’s northern olive-growing areas: Buzet, Buje, Umag, Novigrad; Motovun, Oprtalj.

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  • Buža

    Found throughout Istria.

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  • Buža Minuda

    Cultivated around Bale.

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  • Buža Puntoža

    Together with the Buža, the most widespread local cultivar in Istria. Found around Rovinj, Bale, Vodnjan and Fasana.

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  • Drobnica

    Local Istrian cultivar. Found in almost all old groves in Buje, Rovinj, Vodnjan, Labin. Synonyms include Domaća, Bilica, Rovinješka, Bilica, Žutica.

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  • Istarska bjelica

    Found throughout Istria and Kvarner.

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  • Karbonaca

    Local Istrian variety, cultivated mostly in southern Istria.





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  • Žižolera

    Old indigenous variety minimally cultivated (only a few dozen trees) in southern Istria (Gajana).

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  • Moražola

    A local Istrian variety, cultivated mostly in southern Istria.

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  • Oblica

    Most widespread Croatian cultivar.










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  • Rošinjola

    Indigenous variety, cultivated mostly in southern Istria (Vrsar, Rovinj, Vodnjan).



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