Plavac mali comes into being primarily in the vineyards, after which it is given a careful treatment during vinification and aging in oak barrels.
Plavac Tomic is particularly noted for its softness and elegance which we try to obtain from the otherwise arrogant nature of this autochthonous Dalmatian variety.
Opolo is a pink wine with a characteristic fruity freshness which is made from Plavac Mali grapes.
Bogdanuša is a light and refreshing Dalmatian wine obtained from the autochthonous Croatian grape variety of the same name – which means "God given".
Beleca ("beauty") wine was obtained through an innovative coupage of two Dalmatian white wine grape varieties: Pošip and Bogdanuša.
Caplar wine is, as its name suggests, and innovative coupage of Cabernet Sauvignon and Plavac Mali, in the ratio of 1:1.
Sv. Klement (pošip)
Sv. Klement white wine is made from the Pošip grape variety which is increasingly more valued, and deservedly so.
Sv. Klement Red (cabernet, merlot)
Sv. Klement wines come from the vineyard on the island of Sv. Klement (St. Clement), one in a chain of islands in the Hvar archipelago.
Prošek is an authentic Croatian dessert wine, made using dried grapes of the finest indigenous Dalmatian varieties.