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“Really good wine bar”
Review of Malvasija Wine Bar

Malvasija Wine Bar
Ranked #1 of 25 Nightlife in Dubrovnik
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: We offer a wide range of best local wines, many from our own production.
Reviewed 18 November 2013

Another lovely wine bar in a pretty side-street. There is a large list of wines by the glass which are accompanied by a small bowl of cheese/olives/nibbles which were welcomed – many bars we visited didn’t offer any nibbles with drinks. The gentleman who served us was charming and very knowledgeable and also kindly gave us a taste of 2 of their own local wines produced – a really nice touch.

Highly recommended and felt authentic in the beautiful old city – we’d love to go back one day!

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Reviewed 2 October 2013

Nikoli was attentive, polite, informative, knowledgable but never in your space. The interior is small, modern, warming, very very clean, with a warm friendly unassuming ambiance that allows you to sit and consider. I tried D'vinous many times, which was cosy, busy and had numerous wines to taste again with excellent atmosphere, and visited but left Matuscos without purchasing a review all of its own, but this little wine heaven on side street of the old town, was the place for me. You can purchase smaller 0.5 ml tasters, Nikoli offered little samples and was never pushy, just extremely friendly and as I said earlier knowledgable. As we drank, olives and local cheeses found their way to our table, just little details at no cost, left us feeling wanted, apart of the environment. Numerous wines, coffee beers and soft drinks available. Excellent service, very friendly and as much time as you need, every question was answered, little antidotes followed, local history understood and where interest came was expanded upon. A truly wonderful experience a truly not to be missed experience and last but not least, whom ever owns this establishment, in Nikoli you have a truly wonderful employee. I gave it five stars, due to all of the above and frankly being just meters off of the main strada which helps keep it a gem of a place, those who know the old town, will know how frustrating it can be negotiating the thousands of cruise parties following the sky held umbrellas or number boards.

3  Thank Wrightphilips
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Reviewed 27 September 2013

WE visited this wine bar where Nick gave us the benefit of his considerable wine knowledge. I had several glasses of a red wine called Dingjac and the wife a very nice white. The owner certainly knows his wines.

1  Thank Ian P
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Reviewed 24 September 2013

D'Vino was full so based on TA recommendations we went to Malvasija. We were the first ones there. In less than 1/2 an hour they were packed. Nikola (Nik) was wonderfully knowledgable and spot on with his recommendations. We had one of the best reds of our lives and several delightful whites. The red was Elihu.

3  Thank straightboy
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Reviewed 11 September 2013

I would have given this place five stars if only their seating was on the Stradum rather than only on a side street. Although most of the places have this type of seating, which is so quaint and very "Dubrovnik." D'Vino is very cramped, but this place is not, and it feels more local. Great place to relax and during four days in Dubrovnik I think somehow we found two or three times to pause here. Prices are fine, and the friendly Croatian sommelier is quite helpful and knowledgable. Don't miss the Posip white and Plavic Mali red, both indigenous to the region. Try D'Vino, but use this place instead for your "go-to" wine bar in Dubrovnik.

3  Thank Janet_in_Nashville
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