Dingac Matusko Reserva
incl. 20% VAT = 8,33 € (Price per 1l: 66,67 €)
The Dingac Matusko Reserva is a seductive, heavy Dingač from Mali Plavac grapes. It is a premium dry wine originating from the limited vineyards of Dingac, the Peljesac wine region, from an ecologically clean zone.
In the first approach, it is characterized by an intense wave of raspberries, which develops along with notes of dark chocolate, with hints of coffee and plums.
The wine is matured in barrique barrels, which give its aroma something soft and elegant.
We recommend to open the bottle at least 2 hours before consumption!
Wine Region: Pelješac
Alcohol content: 14- 15.2% Vol.
Maturity: 18 - 24 months
Variety: Plavac Mali
Serving temperature: 18 ° C
Sugar content: dry
Shelf life: long
Food pairing: with typical Dalmatian appetizers, porcini mushrooms, pork and lamb chops.
The Dingac is a dry topping red wine with excellent quality. It is vinified in Dingac, in Potomje and some other places on the southern coast of the Pelješac Peninsula, from very late harvest, partly already roséed vines of the indigenous Mali Plavac vine. The acreage of the location is strictly limited and the grapes are harvested by hand.
The Dingač was the first, then Yugoslav quality wine, the 1961 Protected Designation of Origin and the predicate Kvalitetno Vino (Outstanding Wine) received.
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