Miloš Stagnum 2005

Miloš, Peljesac Peninsula (Croatia)
Red (14.3%)
Plavac Mali
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On the beautiful mountainous peninsula of Pelješac, just outside the ancient town of Ston, you'll find a true artisan producer, Frano Miloš. The land is blessed with very old dolomite limestone bedrock with sand to protect from disease. Plavac Mali is the king in this land and is a cross between the original Zinfandel (Crljenak) and Dobričić grapes. Miloš has some of the best positions on the peninsula with steep sloping vineyards looking down on the seaside.

One of the most typical, flavorful Plavac Malis made by artisan wine maker Frano Milos. Indeed, this wine is a piece of art, a great testament of what this Dalmatian signature grape Plavac can be. This wine is made in a very traditional style and is considered to be a cult wine in Croatia.

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