In The Glass: Miloš Stagnum Poluslatko 2003

by  |  20-09-2012

It’s a fantastic thing when the wonderfully strange crosses your path by way of an Istrian visiting Spain. Such was the case with this bottle of what I can really only call dessert wine from Miloš. That’s not really the right word as it’s actually a “half-sweet” Croatian wine. These pop up here and there as there are many people in the region who like a much sweeter wine than the “dry” wines that most of us know. I find many of these putrid like the one at Dingač Vinarija because they artificially create it with added sugar, but this, this is something to take note of. This slender bottle is 100% Plavac Mali and, as it should be, has an abv of 15.8%. That’s about where all normal descriptions stop though as the flavor is really something different than any wine I’ve had before. It’s like if you were […]
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