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The southernmost region of Croatia, Dalmatia, is most often recognized as home to Dubrovnik, the iconic UNESCO city whose walls cradle its preserved stone buildings and rows of terraced stairs; a city which evokes an indescribable feeling of wonder that electrifies even the most seasoned world travelers.</p> <p>Native whites include the full-bodied Pošip, originally from the island of Korčula and lemony Debit. Zinfandel, called Tribidrag or Crljenak Kaštelanski depending on the locality, is well known beyond Croatia.</p> <p>The red grape Babić, with its firm tannins and sour cherry notes, is found in central and northern Dalmatia while Plavac Mali dominates the Pelješac Peninsula and southern islands, with its savory, figgy profile.

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