Zinfandel grapes, similar to the Dobričić
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|Okručanac, Plavac Šoltanski, Slatinski.|
Dobričić is an ancient red wine grape variety from the island of Šolta off the Dalmatian coast in Croatia. Some areas still grow Dobričić – many vineyards were left to grow wild following World War II.
Historically, it was prone to mold, while Crljenak was prone to be overly heat sensitive, thus the cross of Plavac Mali resulted in a grape that had neither of these negative attributes and was perfect for the region. 
- Meredith, C (January 2002). "Looking for Zinfandel in Croatia" (PDF). Zinfandel Express.
- Robinson, J (ed) (2006). The Oxford Companion to Wine (3rd ed.). Oxford University Press. pp. 130 & 786. ISBN 0-19-860990-6.
- Miquel Hudin & Elia Varela Serra (2012), Vinologue Dalmatia, Vinologue, p. 320, ISBN 978-0-615-23217-1
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