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Miloš Stalagmit 2019

milos stalagmit
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$56.84418,31 HRK

Legendary winemaker Frano Miloš, who is consider as one of the most important interpreters of Plavac Mali variety, finally releases a white wine. From the highest quality grapes from old hand-crafted vineyards close to Ston on the Peljesac peninsula, comes Stalagmit. The fermentation is always spontaneous using only autochthonous yeasts, and the aging takes place in large wooden barrels of Slavonian oak. The wine is unfiltered with minimal amounts of sulfites. Specific soil, centuries-old tradition and a completely traditional way of producing, makes Miloš family a true custodians of Dalmatian heritage in modern times.

Wine notes

Winery Miloš
Country Croatia
Region Dalmatia
Variety Maraština
Category White wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Alcohol 13.5 %
  • Salt
  • Dried herbs
  • Orange peel
  • Quince

A herbal tea from a place where the very walking is intoxicating. Infused with herbs and deep minerality, Miloš family’s interpretation on an ancient Dalmatian white variety is monumental. A stone from Ston, monolithic at first, melting gradually releasing layer after layer of pure wind and salt.

  • Lamb
  • Hard cheese
  • Tuna
  • Vegetable risotto

Legendary winemaker Frano Miloš, who is consider as one of the most important interpreters of Plavac Mali variety, finally releases a white wine. From the highest quality grapes from old hand-crafted vineyards close to Ston on the Peljesac peninsula, comes Stalagmit. The fermentation is always spontaneous using only autochthonous yeasts, and the aging takes place in large wooden barrels of Slavonian oak. The wine is unfiltered with minimal amounts of sulfites. Specific soil, centuries-old tradition and a completely traditional way of producing, makes Miloš family a true custodians of Dalmatian heritage in modern times.

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