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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (September 2010) Postup wine region is marked red on the map of Pelješac and the surrounding areas. Postup is a small hamlet located on Croatia's Pelješac peninsula near the town of Orebić. It is perhaps best known for its red wine of the same name. The main grape harvested in Postup is the plavac mali, literally translated as "small blue" due to its deep blue colour when ripe. Postup is considered as one of Croatia's better wines, as it was the second Croatian wine, after Dingač, to be registered for state protection (today the protected designation of origin) in 1967.[1] Postup straddles the Adriatic Sea with views across the Pelješac Channel to the islands of Korčula and Badija as well as across the Mljet Channel to the islands of Mljet and Lastovo. The hamlet of Postup is located just off the road leading from Orebić to Ston (the D414) on a smaller route leading to the villages of Borje and Podubuče. The main industries in Postup are agriculture, especially viticulture, and tourism. As in the other coastal regions of Croatia, many locals rent out apartments and rooms during the summer season. Coordinates: 42°58′12″N 17°14′18″E / 42.970093°N 17.238228°E / 42.970093; 17.238228 References ^ "Postup" (in Croatian). Zagreb, Croatia: Badel 1862. Retrieved 2010-09-22.  This Dubrovnik-Neretva County geography article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e