Matuško Wines

Pelješac Peninsula

Wander through the extensive cellars then sit down to a free tasting of up to six wines from this acclaimed winery, one of the top producers of plavac mali in the prestigious Dingač region. Glasses of their better vintages can be purchased separately, and cheese-and-ham platters are available.

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