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After almost seventy years of the wine-growing lull in Pag, the great interest of Croatian wine lovers caused the resurrection of pure varietal Gegić. The wine in question, which in folklore is compared to amber tears, is a heritage of Pag's characteristic duality in everything, including organoleptic properties. Namely, it is a very interesting meeting of strength and temperament, so characteristic of southern wines, with elegance and refinement, suitable for wines of more northern regions. The raw material for the production of quality Gegić is created in the environment of the collision of violent Velebit storms with the eddies of Genoa cyclones. Chilled at a temperature of 12 - 14°C, it is an ideal accompaniment to all those delicacies that the island of Pag has no shortage of, such as lamb, cheese, fish, and shellfish. All those who want to drink more than one bottle of this intriguing and interesting wine must know that, despite its refinement, and thanks to its suppleness, they will have problems with orientation. Now it is clear why Juraj Dalmatinac designed the flat streets of Pag. So that people would be able to return home more easily after spending time with Gegić.