Wine List

With almost 200 allowed additives that are legally permitted in wine, we choose to feature some very exclusive bio-dynamic, bio-organic and organically sustainable wines that complement our food at Plaka. Our wines from the North, East, and South side of Adriatic Sea, have the least possible use of chemicals, additives and overly technological procedures. The ovenance of these wines are accountable and accurate.

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    • Whites & Reds of the Adriatic

    • Plaka Table White Wine - Greece

      Glass $7 / 1/2 Litre $20 / 1 Litre $37

    • Certified Bio-Organic - Alter, Slovenia

      Premium white wine

      2008 Sumenjak
      Grapes: 50% Chardonnay, 50% Renski Rizling
      Alcohol Content: 13.0% Vol

      Fermentation was held for 3 days in an open vat and maturation in a wooden barrel. After a two-year maturing wine was bottled without filtration. It has a golden color with amber hues. Intense aroma of fruit and nuts petroleum, perceived as flint. Wins very complex, tasty, with a nice fresh mineral acid and a long, rich aftertaste.

      100 cases made

      Glass $10 / 1/2 Litre $30 /  1 Litre $60


    • Plaka Table Red Wine - Greece

      Glass $7 / 1/2 Litre $20 / 1 Litre $37

    • Bio-Dynamic - Fruili, Italy

      Premium red wine

      2009 Paraschos, Merlot
      Grapes: 100% Merlot
      Alcohol Content: 13.5% Vol

      Some unripe aromas of dried herb and green curry give this northern Italian (unfiltered) merlot a spicy, tangy feel in the mouth. There's a touch of acidity followed by blackberry and forest floor.

      150 cases made

      Glass $12 / 1/2 Litre $36 /  1 Litre $72

    • Sparkling, Natural champagne method - Itenic, Slovenia


      Grapes: 50% Pinot Noir, 50% Blaufränkisch
      Alcohol Content: 12.0% Vol

      A demi sec red sparkling wine. The base wine is made by a special process to extract colour from skin contact. Spends at least two years on lees.

      500 cases made
    • Red Wines of the Adriatic

    • 2008 Boutari, Grand Reserva - Greece


      Grapes: 100% Xinimavro
      Alcohol Content: 13.5% Vol

      Deep red colour with chestnut coloured tints. Complex bouquet, with prevailing aromas of dried fruit, like tomato and fig. Further examination will reveal notes of wood and police. A robust wine with a rich body, which maintains an insistent but calm aggression, due to its tannins.

    • 2010 Boutari, Merlot Xinomavro


      Grapes: 100% Moschofilero
      Alcohol Content: 11.0% Vol

      This blend of Xinomavro, northern Greece's most noble variety, with merlot produces a harmonius red wine with a lush aroma of chocolate, coffee, pepper, cinnamon and a fine oak. The body is intense and full of plum flavors, red fruit marmalade and berry with a balanced finish.

    • 2010 Boutari, Skalani - Greece


      Grapes: 50% Kotsifali, 50% Syrah
      Alcohol Content: 14.0% Vol

      Deep red wine with an intense bouquet, dominated by aromas of red forest fruit, sweet ageing aromas, like cinnamon, clover, cocoa, matched harmoniously with the aromas of oak barrels and roasted nuts. An exquisite structure, rich body, volume, greasiness, a long duration in taste and aroma.

    • Bio-Dynamic Premium Red Wine

    • 2009 Batic, Angel - Slovenia


      Grapes: 60% Merlot, 27% Cab Sauvignon, 13% Can Franc
      Alcohol Content: 14.0% Vol

      The bordeaux elements are immediately apparent with bell pepper notes from the cab sauvignon, weighty body of the wine. Minor mineral touches as it breathes, but everything is more predominated by leather and balsamic notes.

    • 2007 Kabaj, Cuve Morel - Slovenia


      Grapes: 60% Merlot, 18% Cab Sauvignon, 18% Cabernet Franc, and 4% Petit Verdot
      Alcohol Content: 13.5% Vol

      From the compelling herbal aroma to the generously textured fruit, this melds the best elements of the merlot (60 percent of this blend) with cabernets sauvignon and franc and a small addition of petit verdot (4 percent). It's a dark and savory as a digestif of herbal bitters, balanced by dark fruit that lasts with freshness. Decant it for venison or other robust game.

      92 Points Wint & Spirits Magazine
      Wine & Spirits Magazine Top 100 Wineries in the World, 2013, 2015
    • Orange Wines of the Adriatic

    • 2009 Paraschos, Ponka - Italy


      Grapes: 25% Chardonnay, 25% Sauvignon, 25% Tocai Friulano, 10% Ribolla Giala, 5% Picolit, 5% Verduzo, 5% Pinot Bianco
      Alcohol Content: 12.5% Vol

      Paraschos are not using chemical fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides. The grape is fermented with the skins for 5 days in open vats the wine matures on the lees for two years in large oak casks. Undergoes clarification, filtration or addition of sulfur anhydrides. The wine is great quality. The nose shows a great variety of flavors "held together" by a deep minerality; ripe peach, candied apricot, citrus, mango, white flowers, herbs, ginger and dried fruit. Rich and full bodied when tasted almost salty and very fresh, it is a wine of great complexity of taste and smell and long finish that leaves memories minerals, exotic fruit and citrus.

      120 cases made
    • Kabaj, Rebula - Slovenia


      Grapes: 100% Rebula
      Alcohol Content: 12.5% Vol

      The color of a tropical sunrise, this gained its orange hue from 30 days macerating on the skins. It starts with light floral aromas and densely textured flavors of peach and apricot edged in savory herbs and roasted nuts. More intense aromas appear after exposure to air - Orange blossom, beeswax and tangerine.

      300 cases made
      94 points Wine & Spirits (Wine of the month October 2015)
      Wine & Spirits Magazine Top 100 Wineries in the World, 2013, 2015
    • White Wines of the Adriatic

    • NV Tsantali, Retsina - Greece


      Grapes: 50% Roditis, 50% Savatiano
      Alcohol Content: 11.0% Vol

      Bright yellow-gold, with a typical rich aroma imparted by the resin of halkidiki pines; typical rich taste, soft, cool with a spicy aftertaste; dry, with an elegant retsina 'bite'.

    • 2013 Boutari, Santorini - Greece


      Grapes: 100% Assyrtiko
      Alcohol Content: 13.0% Vol

      Yellow-white color, with aromas of exotic and citrus fruits, green apple, peach and grapefruit. A refined wine, zesty with an intense metallic character, a rich body wonderfully balanced taste and a long and strong aromatic aftertaste.

    • Bio-Organic Premium White Wine

    • 2013 Klabjan, Malvasia - Slovenia


      Grapes: 100% Istrian Malvasia
      Alcohol Content: 14.0% Vol

      The wine is made in a traditional way with natural alcoholic and malolactic fermentation and long maturation on natural yeast, the wine is not filtered with ver low use of sulphites. Generous creamy texture, quite fat but without sacrificing freshness. Trademark nuttiness on the finish.

      200 cases made
    • 2014 Burja, Zelen - Slovenia


      Grapes: 100% Zelen
      Alcohol Content: 11.5% Vol

      "Zelen" means "Green" in Slovenia. Zelen grapes have a richly colored pulp and if the must it isn't filtered., the color of the wine will range from a deep yellowish green to a stunning emerald green. Is an almost extinct grape typical of the Vipava Valley. Fruity, waxy, with hints of citrus zest and an enticing salinity.

      250 cases made
    • 2011 Kabaj, Ravan - Slovenia


      Grapes: 100% Tocai Friulano
      Alcohol Content: 12.5% Vol

      Ravan is a regional name for Tocai Friulano, which must now be known as sauvignon vert in Europe. Naturally-grown grapes ar hand harvested, fermented and matured in used oak 12 months. A true sense of the varietal is present with herbal notes and a proper citrus tang. The finish is pleasantly astringent with lingering flavors of hazelnut.

      300 cases made
      90 Points Wine Enthusiast Magazine
      Wine & Spirits Magazine Top 100 Wineries in the World, 2013, 2015