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Vines From two growing areas according to different climatic characteristics and soil:
- Gradjani with more elegant and mineral basis;
- Tuzi with more fruity and soft basis.
Growing area Mountainous area in the center of Montenegro at about 400 m above sea level Clayey / Sandy soil with superficial rocks make minerality of the wines of this area. Climatically is an area with large temperature range and an important influence of the winds arising from the nearby Adriatic Sea.
Tuzi: Loose soil and fresh-derived alluvial. Climate characterized by moderate summers and mild winters thanks to the nearby Lake Skadar.
Planting year 2005
Density 5000 plants per hectare.
Training system Guyot.
Production 9 tons per hectare.
Picking Manual selection of grapes in the field.
Vinification The stalks are manually separated and crushed slowly, then they are pressed with dry ice. Fermented in French oak barrels with a capacity of 500 liters. Fermentation lasts about 30 days.
Winemaking The grapes are de-stemmed and after a soft pressing is entered in the press with dry ice. The must is clarified with settling natural wood and sent for fermentation, preferring barrels of 500 liters. The fermentation has a duration of about 30 days.
Refining In barrels for about 8 months with lees stirring repeated weekly.
Serving suggestions Excellent with all fish dishes also well seasoned and with white meat.
Serving temperature 6-8 °C / 42-46 °F

84th International wine competition «Novi Sad»

Silver medal for the quality

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Croatia 2017

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Gold medal for quality


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