Premium red midium dry wine made from raisins of streaked grapes of the Plavac Mali variety, which grow on the protected location Dingač at the south-western part of the Pelješac vineyards.
Dingač is the first protected Croatian wine (1961) with an average yield of 0.7 kg per vine.
The Dingač wine has a dark ruby color, with rich and complex aromas as well as a strong tannin structure.
After fermentation, the wine is served for 10 months in new French barrique barrels.
Premium red wine made from grapes of the Plavac Mali variety, which grow on the protected location of Postup on steep slopes facing the sea. Postup is the second protected Croatian wine (1967).
Postup wine is a blend of full flavors, generous fragrance, and a distinctive bouquet.
Premium red wine made from carefully selected grapes of the Plavac Mali variety from the western part of the Pelješac vineyards.
The wine is characterized by a dark, ruby color, ripe and soft tannins, as well as distinct flavor and bouquet.
Quality red wine made from the grapes of the indigenous variety Plavac Mali.
Full-bodied wine of a deep, dark purple color, with a beautifully distinctive fragrance of the variety used.