Wine tasting Dubrovnik
In Croatia still be found about a hundred native species, but also the trend of disappearance is still ongoing. With the conclusion that it should take advantage of favorable geographical position and climate conditions for the preservation and expansion of grape varieties. One way to maintain the success of winemaking and connect with the gastronomy and ethno-tourism, which are becoming increasingly popular. Marijo Transfer help you Wine tasting Dubrovnik region.
Dalmatia is rich indigenous grape varieties. The most famous wines are: Babic, Merlot, Debit, Posip, Pumice, Bogdanusa, Sherry and Dingac.
It is interesting that in Croatia there all five possible wine-growing zones is determined by the temperature and the number of sunny hours, so that the offer really colorful. Registered wine producers is four hundred, and the market can be counted almost a thousand labels.
The main division is in the continental and coastal wine growing regions. In continental Croatia, areas are divided into: the northwestern part (Pljesivica, Prigorje and Bilogora, Zagorje, Medimurje, Pokuplje and Moslavina) and the north-eastern part (Slavonia and Danube). Coastal part includes Istria and Croatian Coast, northern Dalmatia, Dalmatinska Zagora and central and southern Dalmatia.
Wine tasting Dubrovnik present you The most famous wines of Dalmatia region
Dalmatia is rich indigenous grape varieties. The most famous wines are: Babic and alluvial fans (Primosten), Merlot (Drnis), debit, Posip, Grk (Korcula), white vugava and black pumice (Vis), pumice and Bogdanusa (Hvar), pumice small (Peninsula), dessert wine sherry and the world respected premium red wine, Dingac.
Featured wineries include: Winery Plancic from Hvar, Winery Agriculture Cooperative Unity and Winery Toreta with Korcula, which bred indigenous varieties Posip and Rukatac.
Plenković winery annually produces around 300,000 bottles of Golden Plavac, Golden Rose and the Golden Island. On the peninsula are Skaramuca Family Vineyards, known for its production of Plavac Mali and Dingac.
Marijo Transfer present you One of the most popular wine tours in Croatia! Wine tour of Peljesac. Wine tasting and traditional lunch.
Full day Wine tasting tour
Wineries on the Peljesac are the best producers of red wines in Croatia. Peljesac is the home of the variety Plavac and Dingac and Postup with the same name position. Grapes planted on these sites gets a great percentage of sugar thanks to triple insolation, directly from the sun reflection from the sea and reflections of rocky hills.
Peljesac Peninsula on its 70 km length has about 250 registered wine producers and wine is real paradise for those who love red wines and is one of top destination wine tasting Dubrovnik tours.
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