Cart preview

Your shopping cart is empty

Wishlist
Ship to
You've just added a product to your cart
VIEW CART
We’re so sorry but the is available only in US, please remove it from the cart
is not available for shipping within the US.
VIEW AVAILABLE WINES
Some of the wines you've picked are not available in US. For shipping within US please
CHOOSE WINES FROM THIS LIST
You’ve just added a product to your wishlist
10 POINTS
You’ve just shared an article.

Cyber Monday case of Whites

Cyber Monday case of Whites
- +
$159.261064,58 HRK
-1 left in stock

[This offer has ended. You can purchase this package at a regular price, though] Cyber Monday case of Whites on a special offer. Croatia is a small country, but there are some really great wines. For let it be known, and some are still undiscovered. In this selection, we offer you the best of the best, and we invite you, if you have not already, enrich your gourmet-oenological life with tastes that will always remain with you. Taste some of the best Croatian white wines currently available.

Wine notes

Winery Adzic Winery
Country Croatia
Region Slavonia and Croatian Danube
Variety Graševina (Welschriesling)
Category White wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
  • Acacia flowers
  • Apple
  • Peach
  • Rose

Quality dry white wine from Graševina (Welschriesling). Light and fresh with well-balanced body. Lighter straw-yellow color with a slight greenish reflection, the nose is well defined, clear and lively, suggesting little sweetness. The fruitiness is represented through the green and ripe apple, vineyard peach and floral notes. Seductive wine that reveals a new dimension with each glass and has a rich and delicious aftertaste.

  • Cured meat
  • Fruit dessert
  • Roasted poultry
  • Spicy food

Adžić is a family winery established in 1995. The first bottle was sold on the market that year. It was followed by the construction of a modern wine cellar built as part of the family house with the goal of offering the highest quality wines to the customers. The vineyards are located in the villages of Hrnjevac, Venje, and Mitrovac in the well-known Kutjevo region on the southern slopes of Krndija. The area is highly recognized for the quality of wines and takes pride in its eight hundred-year-old tradition in winegrowing. Today the family farms 8 hectares of its own vineyards, growing Graševina, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Zweigelt, and Riesling, and contacts fruits from 2 additional hectares.

Wine notes

Winery Antunović Winery
Country Croatia
Region Slavonia and Croatian Danube
Variety Chardonnay
Category White wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
  • Caramel
  • Honey
  • Lime
  • Tropical fruit

This world’s most widely-planted white grape variety has taken the best from the abundant sunshine and fertile soil of Erdut vineyards. It is characterized by a big, but a harmonic body and a straw yellow color. The wine is rather soft, though so typically “Chardonnay”, with ”detectable” flavors of citrus, tropical fruit, caramel and honey. The properties of this variety are highlighted by modern production process and as a result we get pleasant freshness with elegant notes of acidity and a subtle note of vanilla and toasted bread from the oak. It is recommended to be served at the temperature of 12°C, accompanied with snacks, fish, poultry, beef, cold lamb, game, hard cheese and eggs.

  • Hard cheese
  • Lamb
  • Mushrooms
  • Poultry

The mission of Antunović winery is to position itself as a boutique winery with premium wines produced in small quantities intended for real wine lovers! The Antunović winery has a hundred-year-old family tradition of wine growing and wine production. Since planting a new vineyard in 2004, Jasna Antunović Turk, BEc, has taken the family business into “a new wine making age”. The winery is located in north-eastern Croatia. In a winemaking region known as Podunavlje – vinogorje (vineyards) Erdut. The exquisite micro climate of the Danube watercourse, fertile and loose soil and equal distribution of precipitation and sunshine all ensure highly favorable conditions for planting various grapevine varieties. 75% of Antunović Winery’s assortment consists of white wine varieties (Welschriesling, Chardonnay, Sylvaner, Muscat Ottonel and Chasselas). And 25% of red wine varieties (Pinot noir, cabernet franc and cabernet sauvignon). The winemaking facility also includes a wine tasting room where guests can enjoy homemade culinary specialties with wine.

Wine notes

Winery Benvenuti Wine
Country Croatia
Region Istria & Kvarner
Variety Malvasia Istriana
Category White wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
  • Cut green grass
  • Elderberries
  • Lemon
  • Salt

A fresh, mineral, but strong wine with a persistent smell and flavor. This nicely rounded and popular Malvasia comes from the stepped vineyards located nearly 400 meters above sea level. There are aromas of citrus, meadows, and grass with a touch of elderberry, a pinch of lemon, and a pinch of salt… a wine for exquisite enjoyment.

  • Oysters
  • Salads
  • Vegetable risotto
  • White fish

Malvazija istarska (Malvasia Istriana) is now recognized as one of the most important indigenous Croatian varieties. The story of Benvenuti winery is a story about family, tradition and terroir. Situated in the quiet Istrian village of Kaldir, overlooking Motovun hill, three grape varieties grow – Malvasia Istriana, Teran and Muscat.

Wine notes

Winery Feravino
Country Croatia
Region Slavonia and Croatian Danube
Variety Graševina (Welschriesling)
Category White wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Award International Wine Challenge, London, UK – bronze medal
  • Cut green grass
  • Dried hay straw
  • Elderflower
  • Green apple

Graševina Dika is a combination of sensibility, knowledge, and skill. This wine deserves special attention and it is chosen by consumers who can recognize the premium quality Slavonian product. Its production requires additional work and interventions on grapes and in the vineyard. In the glass, the wine captures with its crystal brilliance, greenish-yellow color and straw-yellow reflections, liveliness and dense consistency. Extraordinarily developed and open varietal aroma and freshness are what set Graševina Dika apart. Goes down the throat smoothly and is easy to drink. Delicate and pleasant bitterness is typical of this Slavonian variety. Wine of high minerality. On the palate, the richness of aroma is replaced by the richness of flavors, accompanied by a very long and warm finish. Graševina Dika pairs well with warm starters such as cheesy pasta sauces, vegetable casserole, boiled chicken, and beef, (grilled) white fish…

  • Carbonara
  • Casserol
  • Gnocchi
  • Vegetables

Feravino Winery finds roots of their tradition way back in the 18th century. In Slavonia wine culture was brought by Cistercian and the Templar monks. In 1804 the existing wine cellar was constructed and wine production in Feričanci began. Feravino is a continental winery that invests love, passion, and knowledge in the top quality red wines. Feravino gives a special attention to the queen of their vineyards and winery, the Frankovka (Franconia) grape variety. Which has found her home on the gentle slopes of Krndija mountain!

Wine notes

Winery Ivančić Winery
Country Croatia
Region Croatian Uplands
Variety Rizvanac (Muller-Thurgau)
Category Sparkling wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Production 5.000
  • Acacia flowers
  • Apricot
  • Green apple
  • Lime

Griff brut is the first premium sparkling wine from the region Plešivica. It is unique on the market for using cutting-edge technology of encapsulated yeast that allow the production of sparkling wines using the classic method of fermentation in the bottle with a distinct floral and fruity aromas. It is not possible to preserve these distinct aromas with a standard champagne production technology. It is 100% Rizvanac (Muller-Thurgau) variety, which is known by floral and fruity aromas. Griffin Brut is lively, with fresh flavors that make it great aperitif and ideal companion for the vast selection of appetizers. In the glass, it has beautiful bright yellow green color that evokes the freshness and fruitiness. On the nose it has an attractive, elegant floral and aromatic scent, dominated with aromas of green apple, citrus and flowers. This is sparkling wine was declared as one of the best sparkling wines in Croatia at recent exhibitions

  • Caviar
  • Salads
  • salmon
  • Starters

There is a new wine star being born in Central Croatia on Plešivica. Krešimir Ivančić is a young winemaker who is among the first in Croatia introduce the new technology of producing wine and sparkling wines with cold maceration. Method that enables the production of wines and sparkling wines with strong floral and fruity bouquet. His family has been making wines for generations and they have a long tradition of winemaking. Their vineyards are located on the highest parts of Plešivica over 400m above sea level, facing south which allows them to produce premium grapes. The fact that Krešimir is perfectionist and a man who lives for wine in combination with the latest technologies gives characteristic expression of terroir in wines. It provides character to the wine which is very recognizable and characteristic to the best wines and winemakers in the world.

Wine notes

Winery Stina Vina
Country Croatia
Region Dalmatia
Variety Vugava
Category White wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Production 3.500
  • Apricot
  • Grapefruit
  • Honey
  • Lemon

Stina Vugava is a very crisp and fresh wine with a lingering aftertaste of grapefruits and subtle aromas of honey and citruses. Stina is the only commercial producer of this variety on the island and they are steadily expanding their vineyards in order to bring this Viognier-like variety back into consumption. We may expect rich notes of apricot, ripe apple, citruses and biting acidity which will create the provisions for a serious and powerful white.

  • Rabbit
  • Salads
  • Shrimps
  • Veal

Made from grapes grown in vineyards within the Dalmatian island of Vis. Vugava is an indigenous grape variety with great potential. With the use of modern methods of Viticulture and Enology we are just beginning to discover its potential and what it has to offer. This wine has a fine discrete aroma, characteristic freshness and a balance that is even more evident with aging. The grapes comefrom old vineyards in the interior of the island Vis. Everythin in the vineyards is carried out manually, and the harvest is performed in the early morning in order to preserve freshness and flavor of grapes. It is considered a native variety from Vis Island, although there are some ideas connecting it to Brač. Vugava from Brač is pretty different from her Vis ‘counterparts’.

Like what you read?

Subscribe today and be the first to read THE latest.