At Miloš vinery, your first stop, experience the full potential of Plavac Mali grapes. Taste a range of wines all made of this sort in an entirely natural way, from rosé and Plavac to sweet and semi-sweet wines. Next, it's the wine cellar of Mike Grgich. Famed for his Grgich Hills in Napa, he resorted back to his Pelješac roots in the late 1990’s, opening his Croatian cellar. Here, taste the wines created by the man who sensed a familial relationship between Plavac Mali and Zinfandel, which led to discovery of their common origin from Crljenak Kaštelanski grapes! Travelling around the peninsula, visit Dingač, internationally acclaimed wine-growing position on the southern side of Pelješac, known for its laborious, steep slopes, generous sunshine and winds, and also breathtaking views of the vineyards and the Adriatic.
Finally, wrap up your day with a homemade lunch and some true Pelješac wines at the 500 years old wine cellar of the Bartulović family, enjoying the company of your energetic host and his fascinating stories of the peninsula and its wine traditions!