Pošip is an autochthonous white wine grape that is primarily grown in the Dalmatian region on the island of Korčula, Croatia. The primary growing regions are in Čara and Smokvica, which are two villages on the island. While on Korčula there are red wines (primarily Plavac Mali where is it produced) the main focus of the entire island is on this grape.

Pošip is light, around 12-13% in alcohol and usually drunk at 14 °C. It is a natural companion for fish dishes as well as prosciutto and the light-bodied cheeses that Croatia produces. The wine is additionally exported out of the country in small amounts as compared to what is available domestically, it relatively unknown outside the country.