D'Vino Wine Bar
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- D'Vino Wine BarMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 4
This cozy little wine bar is difficult to find but is worth the trip! Ask any local to point you in the right direction (head down the side alleyway and there it is)! This is one of the best wine bars I've ever visited!
I love wine and wanted to try some local Croatian specialties. Since I knew nothing about Croatian wine before my visit here, I had lots of questions for Sasha (the hostess and owner). She was very patient and took lots of time to answer all of my questions and educated me about all of the yummy wines that are made in Croatia. We tried two flights of local wines and then each ordered a glass of the showstopper -- the Kiridzua Dinjac (difficult to pronounce but oh so tasty). This big, bold red wine put some of the major California players to shame! This wine is insanely delicious; try it if you stop in!
We also ordered a meat and cheese platter. We got a huge plate of assorted local meats, olives, cheeses and bread. It was a great value because this plate was ginormous. The food was super tasty too and made a hearty snack for the two of us. The wine bar has a nice shop where you can buy all varities of local wine. If you buy a bottle "to go," you get a discount.
The weird thing is that this little wine bar didn't feel overly "touristy" at all, it felt like a homey, neighborhood place. Beware of some of the other wine bars in town; we stopped by a few and they weren't that friendly and their wines weren't that great.
The interior is cozy and cave-like with several tables, a bar with seating, and a cozy couch seating area in the back. There are a few outdoor tables in the alley, but there's not much of a view. The vibe is friendly and casual (a Ray Charles CD was playing when we walked in) and the employees speak several languages fluently (no worries if you don't know any Croatian). This is a great wine bar and is a must-stop if you are in Dubrovnik. If you are a wine lover, you have to stop here!
- D'Vino Wine BarMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 4
Great tapas, and an amazing selection of wines. Right on the center of old town, you can sit on the tables right outside and feel the history in the old allyways around you while you sip away. Super friendly owner too.
- D'Vino Wine BarMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesVegetarian+ 2First to Review
Nice little wine bar that has a great deal for wine tasting. A white or red "flight" costs 50 kuna and gives you a good taste of local and regional wine. I had the white wine flight and it was great with three very different wines that show off Croatian vineyards. They offer a few munchies as well as wine by the glass and bottle. Well worth a night out in this laid back wine bar.