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Grgić Plavac Mali wine

Grgić Plavac Mali

PriceFrom C$75.95

Tasting Notes: "This is a wine of immense ripeness and concentration from the Peljesac Peninsula, weighing in at 16% alcohol declared, and smelling like a bowl-full of prunes, raisins and chocolate syrup. Indeed, it's aromatically reminiscent of sun-dried pedro ximenez sherries from southern Spain. The palate is not as soft and supple as one might expect, however, showing considerable tannic grip and acid freshness - the energy and intensity of this wine is really remarkable. Length, too, is exceptional, carried along on those alcohol vapors, but not only; there's genuine concentration and depth on offer. The pleasantly bitter finish further pulls the wine back into balance - everything is on a massive scale but with equal measures, including complexity. This is precisely the sort of wine you want on a cold winter's night, with a rich stew or piece of hard cheese, or just contemplation by the fire. Best 2023-2035."  John Szabo, MS (94 pts)


Pairing Recommendation: Red meats and all grilled meats.


Serving Recommendation: 16 ° C


Awards & ratings: WineAlign (2021) - 92 pts


Vinification: This wine is produced in the cellar of Napa Valley legend, Miljenko “Mike” Grgić in the village of Trstenik on the Pelješac peninsula. Grapes are grown on best vineyards in the well-known locations of Dingač and Postup on the Pelješac peninsula. The wine has been produced according to the methods of Miljenko Grgić and under his supervision. The wine ages for 15 month in French oak.

  • Grape variety

    Plavac Mali

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  • Acidity

    4.9 g/L

  • Residual Sugar

    3.0 g/L

  • Alcohol


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