By: Morana

Dingač is actually Dalmatian red wine from Plavac Mali grapes, coming from the eponymous protected grand cru location on Pelješac Peninsula. Vineyards are situated on steep hills full of karst, right next to the sea. The grapes are very expensive because the vineyards are hard to reach and grapes need to be picked manually. Traditionally, donkeys were used to carry them during harvests.