Milos Winery
Milos Winery
4.5
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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One of the oldest family owned winery in region, which is specialized in producing high quality wines from Plavac Mali from organic vineyards on the steep manually farmed terraced land of the Peljesac Peninsula. Also produce awarded extra virgin olive oil and herbal tea.
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Kleersite
New York City, NY95 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2023 • Couples
We enjoyed the entire experience. We met both of the brothers that run the wine room while their dad tends to the vineyard. The tour of the cellar and fields was enjoyable and informative. The new tasting room is a little loud when it fills up but the views are amazing. We enjoyed the complexity of the wines and the stories of how and why they came to be. We look forward to getting our case delivered to CA some time in the fall.
Written 23 September 2023
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Themistocles480
Geneva, Switzerland12 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Friends
I have been visiting Croatia for twenty years. During that time, I have met such an array of amazing and genuine people. Consequently, it was such a disappointment to visit this winery. The persons I met were so focused on the hard sell of their tasting and tours, it made me simply lament that lost Dalmatian hospitality that is starting to creep into places on the coast with the ever increasing tourist numbers. It was all about trying to squeeze the most out of us for their expensive tasting options and at the end of it all, they even tried to hawk a bottle of wine (500 Kunas) which rivalled the cost of the Grand Cru wines that I buy cellar door in Burgundy. In fact, when I had the temerity to question what was on offer, the young fellow became aggressive. I came here for a fine wine experience - but all I was offered was a fight.

This winery is situated at the beginning of the Peljesac Peninsula and as such, does not benefit from the characteristics of the famed Dingac region further on. All this winery seems to have going for it is that it is the nicest looking one in the village. Don't be fooled. And my strong advice is push on and see what Peljesac really has to offer in places like Potomje.
Written 28 October 2018
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Dubrovnik Top Tours
Croatia46 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2016 • Business
We had great time in this unique and completly family runed bussines.
Their wines are great, olive oil is wow but the best is how thay comunicate with the guests.
All the best in the future.
Written 8 June 2016
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inger088
Voorschoten, The Netherlands88 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2013 • Couples
The peninsula of Pelješac is the home of many good wineries and Frano Miloš is one of them. He makes wine the way his forefathers did. No new oak barriques with months of ageing to shape the wine. Frano uses the traditional 2000 liters Slavonian oak barrels for his wines and the results are remarkable. He only grows Plavac mali, with wonderful results. His Stagnum Rosé 2012 is one of the best rosés you would ever wish for, and his Plavac 2009 and Stagnum 2006 are just as remarkable. This is traditional Croation wine-making at its best.
Written 5 October 2013
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Iman s
Bend, OR21 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2018 • Family
On our drive from Split to Dubrovnik, we stopped at this winery. What a wonderful experience! The brothers, Iven and Josep were so welcoming and easy in their sharing of their family history in wine making. We bought a half case and they will ship it to us in Oregon this Fall. I highly recommend this spot and am thankful we stopped by.
Written 17 July 2018
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montywaltz
Tustin, CA59 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2018 • Friends
Milos Winery was recommended by a friend and it did not disappoint. I am fascinated by the many regions of the world that have great climate and soil for growing grapes but it is the family’s stories that are always so intriguing.

This winery is a short drive from Ston and a must see for any serious wine enthusiast!
Written 12 July 2018
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DebKToronto
Toronto95 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2016 • Couples
We visited here on a pre-booked wine tasting. We tried a variety of their different wines, which were served with cheese and breadsticks, a nice touch. The winery itself is quite small, and obviously can't compare to the size, scale, architecture or atmosphere of top wineries you may have visited in California, (or in Niagara if you're Canadian), so don't go with that sort of expectation.

We are wine aficionados, so we prefer more complex wines. A couple of their top end wines were very good, but also very expensive due to their small scale, so we did not buy any. Personally we preferred comparable high-end offerings from Korta Katerina, Grgich and Bibich if you are looking for the best Croatian wines, but everyone obviously has different tastes, so experience it and compare for yourself.

Having said that, their olive oil is truly "to die for!", and we bought a bottle to bring back to Canada. We tried a large number of olive oils while in Croatia, and theirs really stands out over the rest. It has a delicious fresh and distinctive flavour, and it was actually served to us subsequently in a couple of the really high end restaurants. You must go to Milos to try it, definitely the best we've ever had.
Written 14 October 2016
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kellikell
Falls Church, VA43 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2015 • Couples
We wanted to tour Milos winery, as Mr. Milos is known as a creative, fantastic winemaker. After meeting the man himself, his son, Josef, gave us a tour of the cellar, where Plavac Mali is aged in Slavonian oak prior to bottling----the oldest barrel is dated 1942! Then we tasted through all of his Plavac offerings (the rose and sweet dessert wines were not available) as Josef explained the aging process and the vintages. The Stagnum 2003 was our favorite----a stunning wine. We'd have purchased more of it if there was a way to ship it to the US.
Great tour with an excellent English speaker, who was deservedly proud of his family's contribution to Croatian wine, and to their completely organic production. The Milos family owns approximately 37 acres of vineyards.
Written 27 September 2015
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TW C
7 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2015 • Couples
Stopped by this winery while driving thru the peninsula to Korcula. This family owned establishment is very well run. Frano's son gave us a tour and tasting. He is well spoken, polite and very professional. They are proud of what they've done at the winery and they should be! The wine, oh goodness, the delicious wine. The plavac Mali was incredible. They pride themselves on not aging the wine in new oak and let the expression of the grape speak for itself. It is so true, unlike any wine I've ever tasted. I felt like I was drinking a steak and wanted to tear into a piece of savory meat while drinking it. Über delish! I also like that they can ship to the EU. I wanted to buy more there, but couldn't fit it all in for a flight. Definitely worth a stop.
Written 13 June 2015
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inger088
Voorschoten, The Netherlands88 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2013 • Couples
We visited Frano Miloš as part of a Croation tour on 27 Sep 2013. This winery is dedicated to the Plavac Mali grape and they produce some stunning wines. We tasted the Stagnum Rosé 2012 which is one of the best rosés I have ever tasted. We also had the Plavac 2009 and the Stagnum 2006, both of which were excellent. They produce only 50.000 bottles a year from 15 ha, so if you want to try them you have to go there. They age there wines in Slavonian oak barrels of around 2.000 liters, some of the barrels are 70 years old. You don't see any new oak barriques here, which goes to show that old traditional methods also work.
Written 6 October 2013
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