Dingač, Pelješac


Marica Plavac Mali 2018

100% Plavac Mali, Croatia’s most popular red grape variety and also, recently discovered, an offspring of Zindandel, from vineyards on the Pelješac peninsula on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast. Aged for 6 months in French oak barrels (and another 4 years in bottle in this case). Notes of strawberry and smoke. A hint of cherry cola that I’ve noticed in some Zinfandels. I thought it would be a fruit bomb, but after some airing it was totally balanced. Earthy, savory, pleasant to drink — a month ago

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Plavac Mali

Throughly enjoyed — 2 years ago

Badel 1862

50° Dingač Plavac Mali 2012

God garvesyre, stadig en del frugt, ikke mindst røde skovbær, men også læder, blyant, skovbund — 3 years ago

Vinarija Miloš

Stagnum Plavac Mali 2013

Bigger, bolder, richer, still dry but more flavorful Plavac Mali variety. Better if allowed to breathe for a bit, pairs well with cheese and red meat. — 2 months ago

Vinarija Dingač

Vinogorje Peljesac 2015

Blackberries with a nice dry finish. Nice table wine — 2 years ago

Vinarija Ponos Potomje

Plavac Mali 2015

Super tasty. Juicy without being too much for dinner — 2 years ago

Vinarija Dingač

Položaj Dingač Plavac Mali 2010

Beautifully aged, with flavours of prune and kirsch. With 15% of alcohol content it could almost be called a fortified wine, it definitely tastes like port wine — 4 years ago

Vinarija Miloš

Plavac Mali

Pretty smooth! Had in Split after visiting the vineyard. — 6 months ago

Saints Hills

Sv Lucia Vineyard Plavac Mali 2017

Powerful wine that is a perfect pairing for lamb souvlaki. Cranberry, earth, pepper, and tar in the palette, leather in the nose. An excellent example of Plavac Mali, and the best Plavac I have had. — 9 months ago

Vinarija Madirazza

Grande Madirazza Riserva Dingac Red Blend 2005

16 years cherished wine, excellent!!! — 3 years ago

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