Croatia now produces up to 700 wines, some of excellent quality. There are some 300 official wine regions divided generally into coastal and interior wines. The majority of wine is white and produced in the interior while 32% is red and produced along the coast. Rose is relatively rare. Croatia's wine regions are split west from east by the Dinaric Alps, into two very different halves. The western half is Primorska Hrvatska. This covers the complex Croatian coastline for 530 kilometers (330 miles) between Istria and Dubrovnik. The Dalmatian Coast is dotted with numerous peninsulas, islands and inlets.