Marastina

Vinarija Bartulovic

Rukatac

Light, nectarine bouquet, nice mineral essence, goes well with cheese. — 7 months ago

Dubokovic Wines

Moja M Srednja I Juzna Dalmacija Maraština 2020

Savory and more complex than moj otok — 9 months ago

Pošip Čara

Rukatac 2020

Not an obvious choice, a Rukatac from Korčula. But a v. nice one.
V. Mediterranean nose with white peach, melon and dried herbs. A lot of them. Plus a salty whiff. Very fresh.
On the palate this shows medium body and a stony, salty backbone. Juicy acidity, yellow fruits, nice balance & flow. At 12.5% alc this is a chilled delight and very food friendly.
A v. nice discovery!
— 2 years ago

Brent, Lyle and 1 other liked this

Miljas

Marastina

A bit tart and dry on its own, but smoothed out beautifully when paired with an oily fish dish. — 7 months ago

Krešo Petreković

Vinas Mora Barbba Babić Blend 2021

Between raspberry and plum with some closing sour notes. — 10 months ago

Adam, Doug and 1 other liked this

Jacques Capsouto

Cotes de Galilee Village Peki'In White Blend 2017

Delicate open into a nuanced finish. Some acid and muted tangerine flavours. — 2 years ago

Ron liked this

Vina Rak

Maraština 2013

The server introduced this one as sweeter than others in our Croatian tasting. I'm not so sure. Certainly less astringent but no fruit bomb either. If there's one thing I'd say about this one is that it should definitely be accompanied with food. You couldn't walk about throwing this one back at a party. Very nice though. — 9 years ago

Anita Beishuizen
with Anita

Bura

Dalmatia Rukatac Marastina

Rukatac! Trying to decide if we love this wine enough to beat someone up and steal it from them! Maybe? — 7 months ago

Steve Ess
with Steve
Whitney liked this

Sladić

Marastina

Delightful! Fresh with body. Drank in Split with Karen while watching Jewish matchmaking, chef’s kiss! — 10 months ago

Bibich

Riserva R5 White Blend

Whooo. Touch of el Porto in the nose and at the back of the tongue. Described as unctuous, and that adds to the luxury. Bold & minerally. Going to risk pairing this w/ pork belly& asparagus. — 8 years ago