Grape variety

Riesling

1. WHAT IS THE RIESLING? Riesling has a powerful and distinctive floral and apple-like aroma that frequently mixes in mineral elements from its vineyard source and is often described as “racy”. Its high natural level of Tartaric acid enables it to balance even high levels of residual sugar. On the palate, Rieslings echo apple, pear and peach along with citrus and tropical nuances. 2. COMBINING WITH FOOD When it comes to pairing Riesling with food, versatility is the name of the game. Rieslings may well be the most accommodating wine a...
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Pinot grigio

1. WHAT IS THE PINOT GRIGIO? Pinot Grigio flavors can range from melon to pear and some even offer a subtle tropical or citrus fruit, often there is honey or smoky flavor component as well. As for color, this wine is typically a pale, straw-like yellow with some golden hues thrown in. The texture of a Pinot Gris is worth noting, as it has very smooth, almost silk-like overtones that leave an impression on the palate. Depending upon ripeness at the harvest and vinification technique, Pinot Grigio can be tangy and light, or quite rich, round ...
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Pinot noir

1. WHAT IS THE PINOT NOIR? Pinot Noir is one of the oldest grape varieties to be cultivated for the purpose of making wine. Often is described as being a ''difficult'' grape, to grow, to deal with in the winery, and to find truly great examples of, but fans are passionate about this variety. Great Pinot Noir creates a lasting impression on the palate and in the memory. Its aroma is often one of the most complexes of all varietals and can be intense with a ripe-grape or black cherry aroma, frequently accented by a pronounced spiciness that s...
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Cabernet sauvignon

1. WHAT IS THE CABERNET SAUVIGNON? Cabernet Sauvignon, often referred to as the ''King of Red Wine Grapes'', originally from Bordeaux, with a substantial foothold in California's wine races, has the privilege of being the world's most sought after red wine. Typically, Cabernet Sauvignon wines smell like plum, cherry, blackberry, blueberry, warm spice, vanilla, tobacco and sometimes leather aromas and or flavors. Cabernet range from medium-bodied to full-bodied and are characterized by their high tannin content which serves to provide str...
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Graševina

1. WHAT IS THE GRAŠEVINA? Graševina is most prevailing wine cultivar in Croatia which is also know as grasica or Italian Riesling, in Slovenia Riesling Laski, In countries of German language Welsch Riesling, in Italy Rieslin Italico, in Hungary Oloszrizling, in Czech Rizling Vlasšky. As young wine it has nice pale yellow-green color and as old wine yellow nuances are overtaking. Flavor is fresh and fruity. On taste, Grasevina from good areas and in a good harvest, remind on fresh apple. When it has higher acids and more maligans is very ...
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Chardonnay

1. WHAT IS CHARDONNAY? Chardonnay Kalazić. Rich is the word that best both describes Chardonnay and explains its popularity. Its aroma is distinct, yet delicate, difficult to characterize, easier to recognize. It often smells like apples, lemons, peaches or tropical fruits. Its delicacy is such that even a small percentage of another varietal blended into a Chardonnay will often completely dominate its aroma and flavor. Oak commonly takes over Chardonnay if the wine is fermented or aged in new barrels or for too long in seasoned ones. Th...
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