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Vines Vranac
Growing area Harmonia is made with Vranac grapes originating from the Tuzi vineyards.
Planting year 2010
Density 6000 plants per hectare.
Training system Guyot.
Production 7 tons per hectare.
Picking Manual selection of grapes in the field.
Winemaking In contact with the skin for only a few minutes, this rosé possesses distinctive balance and freshness highlighted by raspberry notes. Around 50% of this wine, which is the basis for its structure, is aged for about 6 months in second-use tonneaux.
Serving suggestions Ideal as an aperitif, Harmonia pairs well with shellfish as well as fried or grilled poultry.
Serving temperature 8-10 °C / 46-50 °F

84th International wine competition «Novi Sad»

Silver medals for the quality

Sabаtina 2016

Silver medal for the quality

Dionizijana Split, 2017

Silver medals for the quality

Sabatina 2017

Silver medal for quality


The variety Vranac - authentic Montenegrin variety. Besides Montenegro, this variety is also grown in Serbia and Macedonia.

Basic description of this variety with all ampelographic characteristics, was given by academician Marko Ulicevic 1972. «From this variety produces the dry wine, with unique taste and character, which is characteristic for the Balkan. The berries are large and dark, but the wine is moderately strong and very generous.

Young wines produced from varieties Vranac are light colored, with a taste reminiscent of fruit jelly. Strong structure with tannins gives freshness. After aging 1-2 years, color of this wine becomes intense ruby. The scent becomes complex, with tones of cinnamon, chocolate, sweets, color, dark fruit and wood, such as oak. Palate was strong, the sharpness develops during the long and fine round finale».