The Bura Dingač wine comes from Plavac Mali, the type of native grape from the Pelješac peninsula and the Dalmatian islands.
The name refers to the small blue grains that the wines produce: “plavac” refers to what is blue and “mali” means small.
Plavac Mali is known for the production of wines that are rich in flavor and high in alcohol and tannins, such as Dingač.
Variety of grapes: Plavac mali
Region: D.O. Dingač (Pelješac peninsula)
Aging: 10 months in French, American and Croatian oak barrels of 225 liters and 16 months in bottle