It has a deep dark ruby colour with a predominant smell of black fruits, warm and thick, with emphasized tannins characteristic of the Pelješac Plavac wines. This is Postup. It is a powerful wine made from Plavac Mali, a small, indigenous Pelješac variety, nurtured on the eponymous vineyards. It goes well with semi-mature cheeses, pelagic (oily or blue) fish, or red meat. This is a great choice for intimate dinners and exclusive events. You can’t go wrong with it!
Almost at the very entrance to Orebić, you are greeted by the Postup vineyards, which stretch on both sides of the road for more than 60 hectares. A famous wine. Postup received this epithet in 1967, based on the elaborate on the protection of controlled geographical origin. So, immediately after Dingač, it became the second protected wine in Croatia.