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Not too far from the beautiful city of Dubrovnik is the winery of Frano Milos. Milos is a curly-headed artist, in early middle age, and very charismatic. His Plavac is typical of the grape. And, in the event that you do not know about Plavac, it is a native grape to Croatia that is grown almost exclusively in the region of Dalmatia. The name literally means, "little blue" in Croatian, which refers to the small, bluish grapes that the vines grow. It tends to have deep flavors of blackberries, pepper, and other spices.
Price: $22.99

Like most single-owner Croatian wineries, the story of Toreta on Korcula is all about a family history of winemaking that stopped during Communism and is now producing again. In this case, the man at the helm is the young Frano Banicevic, who has begun to run the winery that his great-grandfather built at the turn of the 20th century. Like most of the new generation in Croatia, he is full of ideas. Unlike his predecessors, Frano is keenly aware of how much label design affects the decision of the consumer, and has completely modernized the bottles' look....
Price: $19.99

A blend of 70% Posip, 20% Vugava and 10% Chardonnay. Cool and crisp, this would be perfect for fish and octopus plucked from the Adriatic.
Price: $17.99

Zlatan Plekovic, Croatia's most awarded winemaker, owns 10 hectares of vines on the precipitous slopes (35-40% in some places) of the island of Hvar off the Dalmatian coast. Considered one of the sunniest places in Europe, the island is a perfect mesoclimate for viticulture, as the ancient Greeks discovered over three millennia ago. The 'Little Blue' is made of 100% Plavac Mali, Croatia's most important grape. Often compared structurally to Nebbiolo, it's a fragrant red varietal that can be somewhat tannic in youth, but with age takes on wonderful second...
Price: $15.99


Maraschino is the original liqueur from Zadar, Croatia, acknowledged all over the world for its excellence. Recognizable by its distinctive sweet flavor and aromatic bouquet, it's still prepared according to the traditional recipe created by the pharmacists of the Dominican monastery from the beginning of 16th century. Distilled from the Dalmatian marasca cherry, this will provide pleasure for those to it new and to the connoisseur.
Price: $22.99

Maraska Maraschino Cherries come approximately 55 to 60 cherries per jar. The cherries are pitted and are perfect for cocktails of all types. Approximately 50% of the jar is Marasca cherry syrup and 50% are the cherries. These have an all natural dark cherry color with no artificial ingredients and are made from the cherries grown in Zadar by the Maraska Company. *Kosher*
Price: $15.99

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