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Peninsula Peljesac, the oasis of black wines, has been visited by many tourists and lovers of good drops in recent years. Walking along the Peljesac landscapes, the unavoidable destinations are the vineyards, taverns and wineries that are all...more
As a wine lover I’m alway happy and excited to do wine tasting which I do all over the world. Although, for years now I do have ”regular” wines I’m ordering, and I’m not very open for changes. However, this winery and Dingac Royal has...More
An excellent choice of wineries to visit on the Peljesac Peninsula. An excellent and informative tour around the very impressive cellar. Very friendly staff with free tastings. We really enjoyed the white wines and bought some dessert wine as a gift. Well worth a visit.
Had an awesome experience at the Matusko Winery. Very friendly, knowledgable staff. Tasted several great wines, and afterwards got a guided tour through the cellars. Tasting for free if you buy. Took a few bottles home, especially the Dingac is good and not too expensive....More
I simply love Dingač. So must visit place. One of the nice ladies will guide you through wine cellar, which is also an experience. Then take enough time to taste variety of wines which they produce. I am sure you will find something which will...More
We visited several wineries during our recent Dubrovnik holiday (independently by hire car rather than an organised tour) and Matusko was the most memorable. We had a bottle of their Dingac the previous day which was excellent so decided to seek out and visit the...More
First rate wine tour! We came with friends from Tucepi who have been here before and we got the royal treatment with a private tour and tasting in their traditional cellar amidst the bottles and barrels smelling of oak. A real hidden gem of Croatian...More
We were recommended the Dingac by a waiter in Split and by chance we were heading passed a week later and decided to stop by. A fantastic decision!!! Lovely little (free) tasting of 4-5 wines followed by a look around the cellars. We were pretty...More
We went to see the oldest winery on Pelješac and that was one of the best trips that we could get on the Pelješac that includes wine tasting. There is Korta Katarina and Saint Hills but the story of this one is most interesting for...More