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This dry quality red wine (Kakovostno Vino) of controlled origin originates from the peninsula Peljesac about hundred kilometers northeast of the city Dubrovnik in Croatia, Already in 1910, this wine won a gold medal at the Paris Wine Exhibition. Named after the small town of the same name on the southwest side of the peninsula near the rocky Adriatic coast around the town of Potomje is characterized by 3,000 hours of sunshine per year. The name or the area of ​​origin has been internationally protected since 1961. The Dingac is sorted from overripe, semi-dried grapes of autochthonous grape Plavac Mali vinified. The ruby ​​to violet and oily wine has an alcohol content between 13 and 15% vol. It is one of the country's top red wines and is also known as the "Croatian Châteauneuf-du-Pape". See also the Plavac Mali wines Faros and postup,

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