Plavac is the best Dalmatian red grape, usually resulting in wines of body, strength and ageability. Dingač is a vineyard designation on Pelješac’s steep southern slopes. Pelješac is a peninsula, close to Dubrovnik. This is a robust dry red with a nice oaky smell. Very light in color, easy for drinking (think Merlot), pleasantly dry. 12% alcohol.
Dingač wines are highly estimeed and generally expensive. Look for the following producers: Bura, Kiridžija, Matuško, Miličić, Skaramuča. The wine I had was produced by Badel, a large winery.
Price: 400 RSD (€5)
Retailer: Mercator, Belgrade