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Matković Dingač 2015

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$27.47186,73 HRK

Petar Matković’s is the 14th generation winemaker in his family. Even though they started in 1536, he had to start from zero, 15 years ago. Yugoslavian Communism had dealt a crushing blow to his family’s ability to make their wines since everything was directed into the collective Dingač winery. But these days, he is producing about 18,000 bottles of his wine and sells a good number of his grapes to the cooperative to maintain some stability in the business. Petar Marković makes only red wines.

Wine notes

Winery Matković Winery
Country Croatia
Region Dalmatia
Variety Plavac mali
Category Red wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Alcohol 16 %
Production 5
  • Black currant
  • Cherry
  • Dry plum
  • Tobacco

Matković’s Dingač has this great, soft nose on it that initially lends some plush qualities to the wine. There are deep tobacco elements to the aroma of the nose that carry into the body with a sweet, smooth finish to it. The fruits are considerably lighter in the wine, and the oak comes out a bit more from being aged in a mix of French and Slavonian barrels.

  • Game Meat
  • Hard cheese
  • Lamb
  • Prosciutto

Petar Matković’s is the 14th generation winemaker in his family. Even though they started in 1536, he had to start from zero, 15 years ago. Yugoslavian Communism had dealt a crushing blow to his family’s ability to make their wines since everything was directed into the collective Dingač winery. But these days, he is producing about 18,000 bottles of his wine and sells a good number of his grapes to the cooperative to maintain some stability in the business. Petar Marković makes only red wines.

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