Zilavka Mostar Alcohol 12,5 % vol; Packaging: 1L; 0,75L; 0,178L; Serve at 10°C High quality dry white wine; Controlled origin - Mostar Wine district, BH Among the first fine wines with protected peculiarity in 1970th year. It is made of the indigenous grape varietie Zilavka, and up to 15% supporting indigenous varietie Bena from the chosen locations of...
Avaliable in Blackberry,Sourcherry ,Raspberry and Aronia berry . You can mix them or please request prefered flavor on check out . It is best served alongside venison, roasted or dark braised dishes. The best features of this wine will be revealed at temperatures between 12 and 15 ºC. Alcohol content: 5%v/v Country: Serbia
Vino Zupa Blackberry wine 750ml 4%Alc/Vol Kupinovo vino je dobijeno fermentacijom matičnog soka kupine, bez dodatih konzervansa, boja ili aroma, zaslađeno medom. http://vinozupa.com/proizvodi/vina/vocno-vino/kupinovo-vino-4-075l/ Product of Serbia
The wine held varietal aromas, a recognizable scent of small, red fruit of blueberry and mature sour cherry and in the background a mild,vanilla finish.It is served at 18-20 C. It is recommended with all red meat dishes,spicy and fatty,with all game meat,prosciutto and fatty cheese. Country: Montenegro
Vranac Pro corde is a premium, dry wine of the controlled origin. It is made of the most sun illuminated,selected bunches of grapes of the autochtonous grape variety Vranac. This wine is dark red,full bodied and extractive. Product of Montenegro
Carton of 6 bottles .Vranac Pro corde is a premium, dry wine of the controlled origin. It is made of the most sun illuminated,selected bunches of grapes of the autochtonous grape variety Vranac. This wine is dark red,full bodied and extractive.
Zlatan Plavac Hvar High quality dry wine Plavac Mali from the localities of Sv.Nedjelja.This wine ages in large wooden barrels (volume 40, 96 and 130 hl) and stainless steel a year and after filling in the bottles another 4 months. Has a rich structure and a long persistence. Link with the traditional drink of fishermen, farmers and the inevitable detail...