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Inland locations surrounding the beautiful and historic town of Šibenik, in the southern region of Croatia called Dalmatia. A terrain made up of various vineyard locations, most of which are located on slopes or semi-slopes, with an altitude level of 50 to 300 meters above sea level. The vineyards see some of the warmer temperatures in Northern and Central Dalmatia, with interestingly cooler nights and constant wind breezes that whip around the hill and mountain crammed area.
Plavina is without a doubt Croatia’s most underrated coastal red grape! Oftentimes in the shadows of better-known varietals Plavac Mali and Babić, Plavina certainly has its own place and offers completely different characteristics from other Croatian coastal reds. Plavina is a bit fresher, softer, brighter, more restrained, and livelier, so much so that one would never guess that it comes from a warmer climate on the rocky soils located right in front of the pristine Adriatic Sea!
TASTING NOTES: With all grapes hand-picked, and the resulting wine only coarsely filtered, Piližota’s Plavina has really expressed its authentic Dalmatian characteristics: lively acidity, fresh red berries and fruit, lower alcohol that isn’t overpowering, a solid tannin structure, with a hint of chocolate and constant undertones of Dalmatian earthiness.
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