The wine was very good, however the pour was very, very small. Price above average. Service slow. Smoky place.
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Set in a narrow street with great ambiance. The local wines are drinkable and worth the price. Wonderful snacks and seating outside to observe the passing parade. A welcoming staff and happy hour
We booked to do a day's wine tour through D'vino. It was easy to arrange by email. Cost about 99 Euros per person but was well worth it. The day started at around 9. We travelled out of Dubrovnik to the wine region in the...More
A must bar to go if you love wine, cheese and meat. We did the a sharing board of meats and cheeses supported with the Croatian three wine tasting session. The wine was delicious to the point we ordered another larger glass of one. The...More
Cant say more than that! Extensive wine list. Both recommended reds were delicious and the tapenade equally lovely. A lovely place to while away some time and to relax.
This is a very interesting wine bar in the old town. We tasted a white wine - Rukatac 2016 from Antunovic Winery Peljesac Peninsula which we rated 4 out of 5. We then had a red wine tasting - "L'amour" Marselan 2015 from Vina Matkovic...More
Just popped in for a glass, but decided to have a flight(we actually had 2, one red, one white). Absolute delicious choices, very well hosted by a knowledgeable lady who explained the details of each wine in turn, we were not rushed, just allowed to...More
In the old town is this little wine bar a excellent place for tasting the best local wines of kroatia. Best service and little snacks makes this wine bar worth more than one visit.
We found out about D'vino from Rick Steves. Our server, Dino, was welcoming and gave us a good understanding of the wines we would try in the red wine flight: Plavac, Postup and Dingac. A chef friend of mine once told me a story about...More
Loved this little wine tasting bar. They have a great variety of reds and whites, and some snacks too. The staff are happy to tell you about the regional viticulture and the relationship of Croatian grapes to other grapes across Europe and the winemakers and...More