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Kiridžija Plavac Mali 2017

Kiridžija Plavac Mali 2017

Winemaker Vedran Kiridžija has been present for a long time on the Croatian wine scene. Unfortunately, he is relatively unknown to the broader market due to very small production quantities. His harvest gives about five thousand bottles from the vineyard, with an average age of 25 years. In his 300-year-old home, he produces small quantities of both Plavac and Dingač. These are actually made from the same grapes, but grown in very different regions of the peninsula and in Croatian terms, Dingač is name of the vineyard, sort of “grand cru” while Plavac is base wine.

Wine notes

Winery OPG Vedran Kiridžija
Country Croatia
Region Dalmatia
Variety Plavac mali
Category Red wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
  • Black currant
  • Blackberry
  • Mint
  • Tobacco

Plavac mali, has moderate alcohol and has a nice, rich nose that has mint, berry, and tobacco aromas. The body is very pleasing as well with a buttery finish that really reigns in the sharp, dry tones of clean aftertaste

  • Cured meat
  • Meat risotto
  • Stew
  • Tuna

Winemaker Vedran Kiridžija has been present for a long time on the Croatian wine scene. Unfortunately, he is relatively unknown to the broader market due to very small production quantities. His harvest gives about five thousand bottles from the vineyard, with an average age of 25 years. In his 300-year-old home, he produces small quantities of both Plavac and Dingač. These are actually made from the same grapes, but grown in very different regions of the peninsula and in Croatian terms, Dingač is name of the vineyard, sort of “grand cru” while Plavac is base wine.

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