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Rozić Plavac mali Mili dry 2012

Rozić Plavac mali Mili dry 2012
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$35.18235,85 HRK
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Winemaker Miho Rozic has a total of about 30,000 vines, most of them are at 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 among 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.

Wine notes

Winery OPG Miho Rozić
Country Croatia
Region Dalmatia
Variety Plavac mali
Category Red wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Production 5.000
  • Caramel
  • Carob
  • Pine needles
  • Raisins

Premium dry red wine from vineyards on the Pelješac peninsula, the micro-location​ Mili. Different, traditional. Pine, smoke. Mature wine smells of resin of conifers and pine needles, berries, caramel, coffee and carob. Lots of tannins; oxidative in a good way.

  • Casserol
  • Dried fruit
  • Hard cheese
  • Roasted meat

Winemaker Miho Rozic has a total of about 30,000 vines, most of them are at 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 among 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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