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Skaramuča family farms the largest vineyard in the Dingač appellation on Pelješac Peninsula today. This extreme region is considered to be the best plavac mali site in Croatia, with only a handful of growers producing limited quantities of wine. Extreme working environment of this rugged terrain requires a lot of manual labor. The sun and the wind dry the grapes on the vine, providing natural yield control. The rustic and extracted plavac mali grape thrives here and produces special wines with long aging potential.

Credit: Vinum