Our wines

White

Beleca

QUALITY DRY WHITE WINE

The wine Beleca ("divota") was obtained by an innovative blending of two Dalmatian white varieties, pošip and bogdanuša, in a ratio of 50:50.

Originally from Korčula, pošip has found its home all over Dalmatia and has recently flourished as one of the most acclaimed Croatian white varieties. It produces full-bodied wines with powerful aromas, which are therefore traditionally combined with lighter varieties.

Bogdanuša is an autochthonous variety from Hvar with distinct freshness and floral aromas. It is most often planted on a blackthorn tree, which gives it additional refreshing acids - which is why it perfectly resists the rash.

In this synergy, each of the varieties gives its best: a burst of power, a rich body and more moderate acids, and the typical varietal aromas of apricot, peach (stone fruit) and minerality, while bogdanusha has more delicate floral aromas and freshness.

The result is a characteristically southern, but also fluffy wine with a lower percentage of alcohol (about 12.5%), which makes it an ideal choice for daily consumption and all similar occasions that require lighter wines. The name of the wine in the dialect means beauty (ital. bellezza).

Type of wine: quality dry white wine

Variety: pošip (50%) and bogdanusha (50%)

Location: north side of the island, Ager, Vrboska, Dol

Alk: 12,5-13%

Content: 0.75 lit.

It is served chilled at a temperature of 10-12° C. It is recommended with various dishes of white meat and fish, shellfish, and also with spicy dishes such as pesto, hard cheeses...

Pošip

TOP DRY WHITE WINE

Pošip is a premium dry varietal wine, produced from the autochthonous Dalmatian Pošip variety of the same name.

In addition to freshness, Pošip wine also offers more complex aromas of ripe southern fruit, rounded off by aging in oak barrels. Pošip is one of the rare varieties that has been confirmed to be of Dalmatian, more precisely, Korčula origin. Pošip is a powerful wine with a fuller body, but balanced by nice acids, i.e. freshness. Specific varietal aromas of pošip: apricots and other stone fruits, as well as fresh citrus and Mediterranean herbs (smilje, ethereal herbs), are complemented by the aging of part of the wine in new oak barrels. About 30% of the wine spends 6 months in new French (Garbelloto, Seguin Moreau) and one Slavonian (Golub) barrique barrel, during which time it is also aged on fine yeasts (sur-lie), which gives it a fuller body and specific notes (toast, brioche , association with champagne).

Type of wine: TOP dry white wine

Variety: pošip

Location: the northern side of the island, Ager (between Jelsa and Stari Grad) and the southern side of the island of Hvar (vineyards around Milna and Hvar).

Alk: 12,5-13%

Content: 0.75 lit.

It is served chilled at a temperature of 10-12° C. It is recommended with various dishes made of white meat and fish, shellfish, and with spicy dishes such as pesto, various cheeses...

Rose

Opolo nobile

QUALITY DRY ROSE WINE

Opolo Nobile is a pink or rosé wine, produced from Plavac mali grapes.

It is produced using the technology of swelling after 6 hours, the maceration is minimal, which gives a very delicate pink color, similar to Provençal rosé wines.  

The aroma is sparkling (young wine) and fruity, dominated by aromas of red fruit (raspberries, strawberries), floral notes and light saltiness on the palate. 

It is on the border of a dry and semi-dry wine, which gives it fullness balanced by acidity.

It is drunk as a one-year-old wine, ideally up to 10 months of age.

Type of wine: quality, dry pink wine

Variety: plavac mali

Location: central part of the island, Stari Grad, Dol, Vrbanj

Alk.: 12-13%

Content: 0.75 lit.

It is served chilled at a temperature of 10-12 °C. It goes particularly well with salads, vegetarian and other lighter appetizers and dishes, e.g. lighter cheeses (cow and goat - because of their aroma; feta, mozzarella, etc.)

Red

Illyricum

TOP DRY RED WINE

Illyricum 2016 is an ecological dry red wine from the opus of premium products.

The wine is a blend of cabernet sauvignon and plavac mali, grapes that come from an ecological vineyard in the bay of Vira, which we planted in 2012. Old Illyrian dwellings were found next to the vineyard, which gave the wine its name.

​Plavac Mali and Cabernet Sauvignon are vinified separately, then blended and aged in barrique barrels. In this way, the aromas of Plavac mali (dried plums and ripe grapes) along with elegantly polished and pleasant tannins are perfectly complemented by the aromas (red and black berries) and freshness of Cabernet Sauvignon. Spicy notes of oak (vanilla, tobacco) were moderately woven into the wine. Wine has aging potential. It has a deep ruby-garnet red color, pleasant acids and a long aftertaste.

​Type of wine: Top quality dry red wine

Variety: 50% plavac mali and 50% cabernet sauvignon

Location: Uvala Vira - northwestern part of the island of Hvar

Alk.: 14 %

Content: 0.75 lit.

It is served at a room temperature of 18° C. It is recommended with a wide range of moderate dishes, especially with beef, duck breast and various cheeses.

Plavac mali

TOP DRY RED WINE

Plavac Mali, as the name suggests, is obtained from the variety of the same name. This is our top line and expression of blueberry that we produce in better years and in smaller quantities.

Plavac is a small product primarily of terroir or the sum of natural influences in the vineyard.

Selected vineyards are located on the southern slopes of the island of Hvar (Ivan Dolac, Sv. Nedjelja, Jagodna). Top positions for plavac are on poor, stony, calcareous soil.
The ecological approach is imposed in these extreme conditions of steep, sunny vineyards - manual work, with minimal interventions in the vineyard and with small yields (from 0.5 kg to 1 kg) of top quality grapes.

The natural intensity of varietal aromas of dark and ripe blue fruit (cherries, plums), Mediterranean herbs and saltiness is rounded off by aging for 12 months in a combination of new and used French barrique barrels, adding notes of wood, spices, leather, and tobacco.

The plavac variety is a small cross between the dobričić and tribidrag/crljenak kaštelanski/zinfandel varieties.

The specificity of our Plavac mali is in the elegance of the 'French' type, because this wine tends to preserve both the classic aroma of Plavac mali, as well as a wine style that is less jammy and robust, and more focused on structure, balance and length of taste.

​Type of wine: Top quality dry red wine

Variety: plavac mali

Location: southern slopes of Hvar (Ivan Dolac, Sv. Nedjelja, Jagodna)

Alk.: 14-14,5%

Content: 0.75 lit.

It is recommended to be enjoyed at a temperature of 18-20 °C with grilled steak, pasties and other meat and other dishes with a fuller flavor.

Caplar

TOP DRY RED WINE

Caplar wine is, as its name suggests, an innovative blend of cabernet sauvignon and plavac mali, in a ratio of 50-50%.

Plavac Mali from the southern slopes of Hvar and cabernet from our vineyards on the northern side of Hvar are vinified separately, after which they are blended and aged for six months in barrique barrels. The result is a wine with smooth tannins, in which the intensity and varietal aromas of Plavac are refined by the elegance and freshness of Cabernet. The characteristic aromas of plums, dried grapes, and earth are complemented by aromas of black currant, spices, and other nuances. We also predict that the wine has a greater aging potential than other Plavac wines. Each bottle proudly bears the winemaker's signature, which guarantees the thought printed on the label: ˝Made in conjunction with Hvar, love, and knowledge.˝

​Type of wine: Top quality dry red wine

Variety: 50% plavac mali and 50% cabernet sauvignon

Location: southern slopes of the island of Hvar, Stari Grad and the surroundings of Jelsa

alk: 14-14.5 %

Content: 0.75 lit.

It is served at a room temperature of 18° C. It is recommended with grilled steak and dark meat and game dishes, as well as various other dishes with a fuller flavor.

Veliki plavac mali

TOP DRY RED WINE

Veliki Plavac Mali is the last in a series of passionate projects of Andre Tomić - a wine that is produced only in exceptional years, filled only in magnums (1.5 l) and until now it was only possible to try it at the Tomić winery on Hvar.

Selected grapes come from prime positions for plavac mali, from poor, stony and calcareous soil on the southern slopes of Hvar. The ecological approach is imposed in these extreme conditions of steep, sunny vineyards - manual work, with minimal interventions in the vineyard and small yields (from 0.5 kg to 1 kg) of top quality grapes.

Varietal aromas of Plavac ̶ dark and ripe fruit, plums and cherries, Mediterranean herbs and saltiness ̶ are rounded off by aging up to 18 months in Slavonian barrique barrels. The wine is characterized by strength, robustness, high extract, but also structure and acids that balance the almost imperceptible 16% alcohol. As the wine ages, it also develops tertiary aromas, tobacco, leather, notes of mushrooms and forest floor.

​Type of wine: Top quality dry red wine

Varieties: plavac mali

Location: southern slopes of Hvar

Alk.: 15,9%

Contents: 1.5 lit.

It is recommended to enjoy it at a temperature of around 20 °C with grilled steak and other meat and other dishes with a fuller flavor.

Dessert wines

Prošek Hektorovich

TOP DESSERT WINE

Prošek is originally a Croatian dessert wine made from dried grapes of the highest quality Dalmatian varieties.

It is a natural dessert wine that has been produced only in the coastal part of Croatia since time immemorial. According to legend, when Emperor Diocletian came to Split in 305, he enjoyed "vinuum sanetum" or "holy wine" as it was called at the time.

Grapes of local varieties (pošip, maraština, prč, muscat yellow, etc.) are harvested at full ripeness - the ripest bunches, interspersed with brambles, come from selected locations. The best healthy bunches are selected, which are then stacked on straw in well-ventilated areas (traditionally in the attics of houses, today in drying rooms). It is related to the Italian Vin Santo and several other Mediterranean sweet wines.

The result is a sweet wine, balanced by acids that give it drinkability and freshness, aromas of ripe southern fruit, dried apricots, raisins, orange peel, figs, as well as aromatic floral notes. Aging adds complexity, tertiary notes of caramel, honey and dried fruit develop, and Prošek has a very long shelf life. It is customary to make a demijohn of Prosecco when a child is born, which will be opened at a wedding or other occasion, decades later.

Prošek Hektorović was named after the great Hvar poet, nobleman and hedonist Petar Hektorović.

Type of wine: top quality dessert wine

Varieties: Bogdanuša, Maraština, Prč, Muscat

alk.: 15,0-16,0%

Grape sugar: 110-130g/l

Content: 0.5 lit.

It is served chilled at a temperature of 10-12 °C. Dishes with which it is recommended are all kinds of sweets, especially dried fruit and dry cakes, and it is also excellent in combination with noble mold cheeses. Even small children love it, so it is recommended to keep it out of their reach.

Prošek Moro

TOP DESSERT WINE

Prošek Moro is a superior dessert wine that has a long tradition and history in Dalmatia, and is valued for its uniqueness and quality.

Prošek Moro is produced using the traditional method from overripe, dried grapes of the plavac mali variety, and is kept for a minimum of 2 years in barrique barrels. Prosecco is further rounded and enriched with mild smoky notes by keeping it. It has a sweet and rich, but also balanced taste, with characteristic aromas of ripe plums and cherries, raisins and dried figs, with notes of caramel, leather, tobacco and sweet spices. We recommend it with various types of desserts, blue cheeses...

Type of wine: top quality dessert wine

Variety: plavac mali

Alk.: 15,9 %

Residual sugar: 90.7 g/l

Content: 0.5 lit.

Liqeurs

Euforija

LIQUOR - CAROB - SAGE

The liqueur was created by macerating dry carob fruits and dry sage leaves in wine distillate.

Carob is an evergreen Mediterranean tree that produces abundant brown edible pods. It is interesting that carob pods contain seeds that, regardless of size and storage conditions, always have the same mass of exactly 0.18 grams. This is why in ancient times carob seeds were used to weigh gold, and that name for the unit of gold of 0.18 grams has remained in vogue even today - carat. Sage has been known for 4,000 years as a miraculous plant that cures many diseases. The ancient Roman scientist and writer named her Salvia from the Latin verb salvum, which means to save - thus: savior.

It is served well chilled, and is an ideal accompaniment to various desserts as a drink or as an addition to cake creams.

Alk.: 35%

Sugar: 190 g/l

Euforija

LIKER - CHERRY

Euforija višnja is another top product of the Tomić winery. It was created by combining extracts of the autochthonous Dalmatian variety of marasca cherry in wine distillate.

The cultivation of marasca in Dalmatia has a tradition longer than 500 years, and compared to other cherry varieties, marasca is smaller and more tart, therefore particularly suitable for the production of spirits. The nobility called this liqueur "the king of all liqueurs". It has a sweet and rich taste, based on the aromas of ripe cherries, and we recommend enjoying it well chilled. It is an ideal accompaniment to various desserts, or as an addition to cake creams.

Alk.: 27,1%

Sugars: 180 g/l

Our wines

Proizvodnju crnih, bijelih vina i  roséa stalno usavršavamo suvremenom tehnologijom i težimo boljem.  Posebnu pažnju pridajemo proizvodnji Prošeka – izvornog dalmatinskog desertnog vina napravljenog od probranog i prosušenog grožđa najkvalitetnijih domaćih sorti.

Our wines

Proizvodnju crnih, bijelih vina i  roséa stalno usavršavamo suvremenom tehnologijom i težimo boljem.  Posebnu pažnju pridajemo proizvodnji Prošeka – izvornog dalmatinskog desertnog vina napravljenog od probranog i prosušenog grožđa najkvalitetnijih domaćih sorti.