Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Welcome to the Wine Scene on Croatia's Dalmatian Coast

The Ravenous Traveler strikes again: I get really buzzed with a bunch of old Croatian men in a local bar. Check out the latest travelogue article: The Dalmatian Wine Scene. Photos included, plus I drink plavac mali, a relative of zinfandel, and I learned a ton about the different growing regions on Croatia's Dalmatian Coast. This article will definitely help anyone planning a wine tasting trip on the Dalmatian Coast. The most important growing region is Dingac, which is about and hour and a half drive from Dubrovnik. I include wine tasting hours, prices, and a handful of winery recommendations. Hope it's helpful!

Cheers to all the great wineries in Croatia! I'll still salivating... which is kind of gross.

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