Miloš winery deals only with Plavac mali grape, the most famous Croatian indigenous variety, related to Zinfandel. He produces basic Plavac, excellent value for money, and the more ambitious, elegant and enchanting Stagnum, wine which reflects the soul of Plavac mali and Pelješac's unique terroir. At the moment there are only two vintages of Stagnum on the market: 2003 and 2005. Miloš is not in a hurry, he lets his wine mature properly and it has amazing aging potential. What also makes him stand out among other producers of Plavac mali is his unwillingness to use barrique barrels. In spite of some controversies about it, Miloš's revolutionary rosé wine - based on Plavac mali, of course - boldly entered the scene and became a Croatian rosés with character, as far as I am concerned.
In 2014 they won prize at New York International Olive Oil Competition for their extravirgin olive oil made from Oblica, found everywhere in Dalmatia, and other olive varieties indigenous to Pelješac peninsula. They use modern olive oil processing method and not traditional way which consists of soaking olives in seawater for few days before they go to the olive mill. The result is spectacular and proves that Dalmatian olive oils on the same quality level as much well known Istrian.