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NV Vinarija Dingac Premium Dry Red, Peljesac Peninsula, Croatia

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Ownership: Badel 1862

Average Price of 750ml bottle, ex-tax in USD: $28

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Grape Variety: Plavac Mali

Plavac Mali is a red wine grape that is found in Croatia, particularly the Dalmatian Coast and the Adriatic Islands. Plavac is a name given to a number of varieties in Croatia, such as Plavac Veli. Mali means "little", which most likely refers to the berry size. The variety was long thought to be the parent of Primitivo (Zinfandel); however, DNA testing revealed that it is instead its offspring. Its other parent is Dobricic, an ancient variety native to Croatia.

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Region Hierarchy
  • Peljesac Peninsula wine region

    The Peljesac Peninsula is a wine region on the Adriatic coast of Croatia. It produces some of Croatia’s best-known wines, most notably the weighty Plavac Mali-based reds of the Postup and Dingač appellations. The classic Peljesac Peninsula wine is a powerful, tannic red with gamey, smokey notes and a suggestion of licorice and baked plums.

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  • Srednja I Juzna Dalmacija wine region

    Srednja I Juzna Dalmacija is the southernmost wine region of Croatia's coastal region (Primorska Hrvatska). Its somewhat self-explanatory name means 'central and south Dalmatia', and denotes the area to the south of Split, the main city here on the Dalmatian coast.

    Various Croatian wines of note are made within the boundaries of Srednja I Juzna Dalmacija. The robust Plavac Mali reds ... more


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