Krajančić – Intrada 201607-10-2017

The Dalmatian grape, Pošip can most certainly be boring, banal, and limp. If overproduced and fermented in large, not perfectly-controlled volumes it dies a mournful death aromatically. But, like so many grapes, when a simple... more>

In The Glass: Kunjasić Pošip 201023-07-2012

As something of a bookend to the Kunjasić’s Plavac Mali, we opened up their 2010 Pošip the other night; both of which are from Korčula island in Croatia. It hits 13.7% alcohol and despite no... more>

Plavac Mali on Korčula?13-06-2012

It’s generally assumed that the island of Korčula is heavily invested in making lots of Pošip. This full-bodied, delectable, native white grape has been happily growing on Croatia’s coast for ages. While the grape does... more>

Down in Smokvica at Jedinstvo PZ09-12-2011

For the larger part of the 20th century, wine production on Korčula was shuttled through two main collectives. The main one that most people would be familiar with is Pošip Čara. The other, Jedinstvo PZ... more>

The Pošip of Krajančić28-11-2011

The islands off the coast of Croatia are nothing short of stunning and Korčula is the one island that has the advantage of not being a long, once-a-day ferry ride away from the mainland, and... more>

Pošip Čara01-11-2011

When driving from East to West on Korčula, it’s quite easy to nearly miss Čara. A small, pleasant village of less than 600 people in the middle of the island, most don’t realize that if... more>

Croatian wine tasting at the Barrel Room23-08-2011

Last night we had the pleasure to attend a nice overview of Croatian wines at newly-opened the Barrel Room (more) in San Francisco. We were mainly along for the ride given that we focus on... more>

Bleuš, Kunjašić, and smaller wines07-11-2010

This is an article from our archives that was previously run on another site in June, 2007. Two more of the smaller producers on Korčula are Bleuš and Kunjašić. They are both located around Smokvica... more>