Sansigot (Sušćan in Croatian) is a black variety that, before the 1950s, made up about 20 percent of black grapes growing on Krk. It has also grown on the tiny island of Susak (Sansego in Italian). Susak was once once known as "floating vineyard" due to te fact that 95% of islands area was covered with vineyards. Jancis Robinson, author of Wine Grapes about Sansegot: “deeply colored, full-bodied wines”. On Krk, Ivica Dobrinčić makes a varietal Sansigot that is meduim-bodied, with a beautiful parfumed floral aromas (violets), fresh red and dark forrest fruit (raspberries, blueberries, blackberries) and with lifting acidity. Significant difference are medium tannins—a variation that Ivica attributes to the separate location and new winemaking technology.