The red grape variety probably comes from Croatia where it is grown in the north of Dalmatia. Synonyms are Brajda, Brajda Mala, Brajdica, Brajdica Crna, Brajdica Mala, Plajka, Plavina Crna, Plavina Mala, Plavina Sitna, Plavina Velika, Plavka, Plavka Mala and Plavka Velika. According to carried out in 2007 DNA analysis is the variety from a presumably natural cross between Tribidrag (Crljenak Kastelanski, Primitivo) x Verdeca emerged. There is a relationship to the variety Plavac Mali, The medium-late ripening, productive vine is susceptible to wrong people mildew and Botrytis, It produces simple, light red red wines with gentle tannins, which are usually blended with more full-bodied varieties. In 2010, 643 hectares were recorded. There is also a white variety called Plavina Bijela ; nothing is known about a relationship.