The big brother of Plovac Ploski. The maceration in inox is stopped after five days. The wines ferment on their lees. The skins and pits are removed. This wine is aged for at least two years in barrique barrels, giving it more oak related flavours than in Plovac Ploski. The name, Plovac Ploski, derives from the name of the grape variety, Plavac Mali, and the word Plaze (beaches). What it really means is Plavac from the Beaches. Plaze wineyards area is known for the high average amount of sun hours, the steep gradient, and the carbon-rich, very skeletal soil that all account for the best-quality grapes. Best served at 18 C. Decant for at least 30 minutes. Serve with pasticada (beef stew), lobster stew, barbecue, steak.