Dingač is a special high-quality red wine from the Dalmatia wine region of Croatia. The wine has a remarkable history dating back to 1910 when it has won a gold medal at the Paris Wine Exhibition. It is as well the first Croatian wine to be protected and classified in 1961. Dingač wine is made in a unique way where overripe, half-dried grapes of the indigenous grape variety Plavac Mali are pressed and often fermented very slowly, giving birth to wine with a dark ruby colour, bursting with rich and complex aromas as well as a strong tannin structure. It is traditionally aged for a minimum of 24 months, of which a minimum of 18 is spent in oak barrels of various volumes. As the locals say the wine is a liquid sun which usually comes with a high alcohol content between 14-15% vol. The Dingač wine is the pride of the Croatian red winemaking and its qualities are well-known all over Europe.