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Selection of Plavac mali

Selection of Plavac mali
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Dalmatia is well known for its red wine. This case is an excellent introduction to the indigenous variety, the famous Plavac mali. Which has brought in recent years very great interest in the world of wine. This case is the best way to see for yourself why Plavac mali is the wine everybody talks about. Check out our selection of best Plavac Mali.

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Winery Edivo Wine
Country Croatia
Region Dalmatia
Variety Plavac mali
Category Red wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Production 1.000
  • Blackberry
  • Carob
  • Clove
  • Plum jam

Mineral, spicy and extremely fruity with a strong spicy addition. Plum jam in almost the trademark of Plavac Mali but there are also plenty of berries. Red and black currant in particular. Cloves, cinnamon, sweet spices, cedar, carob. Juicy, ripe and fine polished tannins combined with unusually high and very pleasant freshness, and ripe fruitiness, make it soft, gentle and pleasantly rough.

  • Beef
  • Casserol
  • Prosciutto
  • Roasted meat

Story of Edivo wines started 12 years ago. When two friends decided to make something different. They wanted to make wine in Amphoras that they will submerge in to the Adriatic sea. Edivio plavac mali 2012 is a wine that goes in to the amphora that is aged for two years under the sea.

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Winery Rizman Winery
Country Croatia
Region Dalmatia
Variety Plavac mali
Category Red wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
  • Blueberry
  • Cherry
  • Fig
  • Vanilla

As its name suggests, Plavac Mali Primus is the first wine produced by winery Rizman. Primus is produced exclusively from grapes from Rizman vineyards. Vineyards are in the south and southwest slopes from Raba to Komarna with inclinations up to 40%, which go all the way down to the sea. This unique terroir creates the preconditions for obtaining top quality grapes. This Plavac Mali is a robust wine with ruby-red color, low acidity, and fruity aromas, Rizman Primus has a food-friendly charm and “only” 13,9% alcohol.

  • Cured meat
  • Meat risotto
  • Panettone
  • Pizza

The wine growing tradition in the Štimac family goes back to the beginning of the 20th century. The first vineyards were planted in 1918 by the great grandfather of the current generation of the Štimac family, Mihovil Mijo Popich, known by his nickname Rizman. The Rizman winery started its production in 2006, skipping an entire generation of the Štimac family. A new vineyard was planted in new locations, in Komarna, Dalmatia. The necessary infrastructure was built and a completely new wine growing region was created in Croatia. The Štimac family is the first investor and ideological initiator of the new wine growing region, which included more than 80 hectares of vine plants in 2012. After planting the vine and constructing the infrastructure, a winery with modern equipment was also built in the vineyard. It bears the name Rizman in memory of the first winemaker in the Štimac family.

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Winery OPG Miho Rozić
Country Croatia
Region Dalmatia
Variety Plavac mali
Category Red wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Production 3.000
  • Black olive
  • Blueberry
  • Fresh sage leaves
  • Salt

Top quality red dry wine from authentic sort Plavac Mali. One year and a half in oak barrels from 220 liters makes this wine ideal with meat and bluefish. Tanins are little bit expressed in this wine. Very aromatic wine with balanced sugar and acidity levels. Plavac Mali with 15% of alcohol not from the Mili micro-location but in the interior of Peljesac near Ston and Ponikava.

  • Beef
  • Prosciutto
  • Roasted meat
  • Stew

Winemaker Miho Rozic has a total of about 30,000 vines, most of them are at the famous and special position of Mill. Position Mili dates back to the Dubrovnik Republic. Wines with on this micro-location are affected by the wind that often blows from the direction of Ston, to be exact from Ston salt fields. These vineyards are the rare ones that were not devastated by phylloxera in the 19th century. Mili is a position of unique microclimate characteristics, southern exposure on the Peljesac peninsula. Similar as well known and protected positions of Dingac and Postup, but a little further south to even more unreachable terrain. Wines made from this terrain are very specific.

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Winery Senjković Winery
Country Croatia
Region Dalmatia
Variety Plavac mali
Category Red wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
  • Cherry
  • Plum
  • Rose
  • Violet

It is dense and full of fruity sweetness. On the first sips sweetness is hidden behind pronounced tannins. After two or three sips, you get used to the “gathering” effect. The thick and chunky, ripe tannins are pronounced. Moderate lasting aftertaste is marked by a combination of ripe fruit and barrique aromas. Over time, as the wine “inhales” flavors of cherry, plum and ferns begins to appear. Later on it somehow “refreshes” and become more complex with a good dose of floral aromas (rose, violet).

  • Beef
  • Casserol
  • Cured meat
  • Spaghetti bolognese

See, a rock, sun … Plavac Mali are words with which best describe the colors and flavors of the island Brač. Saša Senjković left his Hajduk football career in order to revive Brač’s winemaking traditions together with his wife Magdalena. Saša’s great grandfather, Ambroz (nicknamed Bosso) had tendered his Plavac Mali vineyards since time could remember so in honor of his efforts, the Senjković Winery have named their flagship Barrique red wine ‘Bosso’ after him, with the label depicting the legend himself. However, Senjković have one more Plavac Mali and that is Bročko Rič.

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Winery Stina Vina
Country Croatia
Region Dalmatia
Variety Plavac mali
Category Red wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Production 16.000
Award Bronze medal, Decanter (vintage 2009.)
  • Blueberry
  • Dark Chocolate
  • Mint
  • Tobacco

Stina Plavac mali Majstor is produced from grapes grown in ideally positioned vineyards, on the southern slopes of the island Brač. Around Murvica (west of Bol), where the sea gets the most sun during maturation. Plavac Majstor, with abundance of red and black fruit aromas, lavish, but smooth tannins and well-arranged influence of wood, obtained during maturation. It represents an excellent example of the Plavac Mali variety. Wine of rich extract with a great potential for aging. Wine for connoisseurs.

  • Beef
  • Casserol
  • Hard cheese
  • Roasted meat

The winery is from the island of Brač, unique and famous for its white stone (Stina). Many famous Croatian poets, authors, sculptors and painters were born on Brač. Brač stone has always been a source of inspiration due to its beauty, but it is also a symbol of hardship when it comes to viticulture and viniculture. And that is where the inspiration for the name STINA comes from. In the Dalmatian dialect, this word means stone, the strongest symbol of the island of Brač.

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Winery Volarević Winery
Country Croatia
Region Dalmatia
Variety Plavac mali
Category Red wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
  • Almond
  • Blackberry
  • Blueberry
  • Herbs

Plavac Mali Syritis flavor has combined all the features of the area where the grapes blossom and the love with which it has been processed in the family cellar. It has a characteristic ruby red, thick almost opaque color with a dark blue hue that colors the side of the wine glass. This is where the name probably comes from, too: Little Blue – Plavac Mali. It has a complex fragrance and gives away the typical aroma of its variety with a combination of berry fruit and dry, slightly roasted fruit plus Mediterranean herbs. Maturing in oak barrels, this aroma gets an extra kick from the wood. Thanks to the rich sugar sediment, the wine boasts a high alcohol percentage that gives a sweet taste when consumed. Light acidity and the fullness of taste combine in beautiful strength and durability.

  • Hard cheese
  • Prosciutto
  • Spaghetti bolognese
  • Stew

The Volarević winery is a family firm founded on the initiative of a father and four sons. They decided that the field of quartz, the slope beside the sea in the bay opposite the peninsula of Peljesac is ideal for planting vineyards. This micro-location has a triple insulation: sun/ stone/ sea and only Plavac Mali can withstand these extreme conditions. Vineyards of the Volarević family are processed and crafted manually and according to ecological standards. The wines produced in the vineyards Volarević carry the name Syrtis, which translates to Prud, the name of the village where the family Volarević lives.

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