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Vicelić Dingač 2016

Vicelić Dingač 2016
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$28.80195,19 HRK

Mateo Vicelić has dedicated himself to re-vitalizing this stunning limestone vineyard site that slopes from 1800 feet down to the coast. His great grandfather achieved acclaim for the full-bodied red wine from the native Plavac Mali grape, a relative of Zinfandel, but the war years and subsequent austerity made wine-making for anything other than personal use not viable. Now producing only 10,000 bottles from 3.5ha, but with plans to re-plant some of the additional 6ha in family ownership, there are just two wines produced, the early drinking, medium-bodied and aromatic red Plavac, and the more serious and age worthy Dingač.

Wine notes

Winery Boutique Winery Vicelic
Country Croatia
Region Dalmatia
Variety Plavac mali
Category Red wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Production 10.000
  • Cherry
  • Oak
  • Plum
  • Spices

A full bodied red wine made from the local Plavac Mali grape, a parent of Zinfandel. Red plum fruit, nuanced spice and oak are underpinned by a firm but ripe tannic structure. Vivid, robust and brimming with black cherry fruit, with a faint suggestion of nutmeg spice on the finish.

  • Beef
  • Prosciutto
  • Roasted meat
  • Stew

Mateo Vicelić has dedicated himself to re-vitalizing this stunning limestone vineyard site that slopes from 1800 feet down to the coast. His great grandfather achieved acclaim for the full-bodied red wine from the native Plavac Mali grape, a relative of Zinfandel, but the war years and subsequent austerity made wine-making for anything other than personal use not viable. Now producing only 10,000 bottles from 3.5ha, but with plans to re-plant some of the additional 6ha in family ownership, there are just two wines produced, the early drinking, medium-bodied and aromatic red Plavac, and the more serious and age worthy Dingač.

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