Croatia is famous for its vineyards all over the world. And Dingač seems to be the most famous Croatian wine. It is made from red grape Plavac Mali that grows on Pelješac peninsula. You can buy this wine almost in any local supermarket.
Locals usually like to add some water into the wine. Wine connoisseurs will find this habit a little bit strange but when you are in Rome do as Romans do :)
Tips and hints: to make sure that you have chosen the wine of a good quality, check the place of production indicated on the label. It should be written "Pelješac" there.
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