Plavac is served chilled at 18 ° C, with seafood specialties, noble grilled fish and crustaceans, as well as dark roasted meats and venison.
Plavac Mali is the most important autochthonous grape variety in Croatia. It was created by crossing two indigenous Croatian grape varieties: Crljenka (known in Italy as Primitivo, and in the US as Zinfandel) and Dobričić. Plavac realizes its greatest potential in the most extreme weather conditions of the Pelječac peninsula. It is considered the king of red wines.
Generations of excellent wine lovers have built the expected quality standards for all red varieties based on the varietal characteristics of the great indigenous Plavac.