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Cyber Monday case of Whites

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$135.32$158.92860,35 HRK1010,41 HRK

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 several surprises, and we invite you, if you have not already, to enrich your gourmet-oenological life with tastes that will always remain with you. Taste some of the most amazing Croatian white wines currently available.

Wine notes

Winery Ahearne Wine
Country Croatia
Region Dalmatia
Variety Bogdanuša, Kuč, Pošip
Category White wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Alcohol 12 %
Production 2.500
  • Herbs
  • Honey
  • Quince
  • Vanilla

Each variety was fermented using only the yeasts naturally present on the vine and kept on skins for 10 to 340 days to bring out all the flavor and structure of the varieties. Each parcel underwent naturally occurring malolactic fermentation and was left sur lie for 9 months with regular batonnage. In addition, a portion is kept for an extra year sur lie to bring a toasty element to the blend. ‘Wild Skins’ shows the structure of a macerated wine sitting alongside pure quince fruit and honey flavors with a note of the wild herbs of the island. A small amount of sulphur only is added just before bottling. Minimal filtration and stabilization treatments were used to preserve the flavors and aromas of the wine. Natural sediment may form in the bottle.

  • Meat risotto
  • Polutry
  • Salmon
  • Shrimps

With a career in wine spanning over 25 years, Londoner, Jo Ahearne Master of Wine has worked with iconic wineries and retail environments around the globe. She entered the wine trade in the early 1990s with Oddbins in Central London. And after two years went to Australia to work a vintage for Charles Melton, with his iconic Nine Popes and Rose of Virginia wines in the Barossa Valley. She passed her Master of Wine qualification in 2008. The Master of Wine qualification is notoriously difficult – only 396 people have the right to use the lauded letters M and W after their name. Ahearne now makes her own wine, Ahearne Vino, in Hvar, Croatia. Jo produces four wines – a rosé, Rosina, two whites (Pošip and a maceration wine, Wild Skins) and a barrique-aged Plavac Mali, South Side. ‘Wild Skins’ is a blend of three varieties found on the island of Hvar – Kuč, Bogdanuša and Pošip. The Bogdanuša (‘gift from God’) and Kuč vineyards are on the cooler northern part of Hvar on the Unesco-protected Ager plain which was first cultivated by the Greeks. Mainly on red soils. The Pošip is planted on the southern side just outside of the town of Hvar itself.

Wine notes

Winery Vino Budimir
Country Serbia
Region Alma Mons (Fruška Gora)
Variety Riesling
Category White wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
  • Apple
  • Citrus
  • Honey
  • Peach

A harmonized Riesling with tingling acidity. Bright yellow in color, aromas of peaches and apples complement undertones of honeysuckle and minerality. On the palate, lively acidity pushes a pleasant, long finish. Chrysanthemum, petrol, citrus fruit, minerals

  • Roasted poultry
  • Salmon
  • Spicy food
  • Tuna

In the town of Aleksandrovac, Zdravković Budimir – affectionately known as “Deda Buda” (“Grandfather Buda” in English) – has been crafting nearly 80 vintages of authentic wines. In 2006, his son-in-law Aleksander Rašković made a bold but imperative decision to systematically commercialize Budimir’s wines, allowing the wines to not only be available to wine lovers in Serbia but also around the world. The Margvs Margi Riesling is made in the same traditional style that Deda Buda has been doing for decades. The wine is aged in large oak casks for several years before bottling. It is a fascinating white wine that fans of Austrian Riesling will most likely embrace.

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Winery Kabola Winery
Country Croatia
Region Istria & Kvarner
Variety Istrian Malvasia
Category Organic
Bottle size 0.75 L
Alcohol 13.5 %
  • Almond
  • Dried hay straw
  • Fig
  • Pear

This wine features a lovely straw-yellow color with a golden sheen. It is crystal clear and full-bodied. The nose presents with notes of ripe pear, followed by dried grass, dried almond, and dried fig. The wine is dry, warm, and soft while retaining a lovely freshness and mild tannins. It is flavourful and mineral with a full body. It is very well-balanced and has an intense, refined flavor with a lovely finish. The wine is harmonious with notes of butter and bitter almond in the aftertaste.

  • Game meat
  • Meat risotto
  • Roasted poultry
  • White fish

Kabola Winery is situated in the northwestern Istrian peninsula at 275m above sea level, with a view of the Alps and the Dolomites on one side and the lush greenery of pristine nature and a beautiful sea panorama on the other. Their vineyards are located on Stancija hill near the winery in Kanedolo near Momjan. The soil consists mainly of clay and is rich in marl, which gives the wines their special characteristics. Wine demands the freshness of the underground – it desires peace. In the cellar, the wine is crafted in order to bring out the desired features. Through shorter or longer maceration in oak barrels and amphorae, Kabola grapes gain special notes. The wine produced in amphorae is the crown of Kabola’s work. Nature and earth have endowed them with an entirely new dimension in Malvasia and Teran. Prolonged fermentation in amphorae and aging without removing the marc and the lees until late spring bring out its nobility.

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Winery Kosovec Winery
Country Croatia
Region Croatian Uplands
Variety Škrlet
Category Organic
Bottle size 0.75 L
Alcohol 13.5 %
  • Cut green grass
  • Green apple
  • Lemon
  • Spices

This standard Škrlet has a clear pale gold color. The nose is clean, fresh fruit flavors of apple and quince with spicy notes. Thanks to winemakers natural approach to wine production in the vineyard and in cellar the smell of the varietal characteristic is distinct, authentic for Škrlet. Extremely dry, medium-full body, soft acidity with very well fitted alcohols unusually high for this variety. Aromas are allied with fragrant sensation with a slight aspect of minerality. Despite a solid structure, refreshing saltiness and juicy structure contribute to high drinkability of this wine.

  • Clams
  • Polutry
  • Starters
  • Sushi

Young and talented natural winemaker, Ivan Kosovec is working on a revival of Škrlet, an indigenous varietal from the region of Moslavina. It was a vine that only grows in this hilly area and nowhere else in the world, the grape is an unknown varietal outside of this region. The grape has tiny red “freckles” so Škrlet is derived from the German word “scharlach”, meaning a speckled or dotted surface that are reminiscent those of a Scarlet fever rash. Driven by his passion on hands off winemaking Kosovec made this ordinary, almost forgotten, table grape into something extraordinary not only reviving the planting of more vines but also the elevation of taste and structure of days past.

Wine notes

Winery Roxanich
Country Croatia
Region Istria & Kvarner
Variety Malvasia Istriana
Category White wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Alcohol 13.1 %
  • Acacia flowers
  • Apricot
  • Citrus
  • Honey

Unlike many of the „clean and green“ style of Malvasia Istriana, Roxanich`s interpretation is more profound and arguably authentic to the taste of ripe Malvasia Istriana. Malvazijica is diminutive of Malvazija and there is no extreme skin contact here. Experience is smooth and texture almost oily. Sense of dense body on the palate is lifted by evenly spread gentle acids. In the aftertaste, ripe material leaves some intriguing saltiness. 

  • Pasta with truffles
  • Spicy food
  • Veal
  • White fish

Roxanich winemaking. Roxanich wine philosophy doesn’t strive to merely satisfy the norm and is not interested in certificates and adhering to just the formal rules of the game. In Roxanich winery a holistic approach is honored, with the balance in life that translates into every aspect of one’s work, especially the creation of wine. They are living proof that this is the only way to make truly natural and honest wine. “Our wine is for a discerning person. An inquisitive soul. Someone who needs to know what they are drinking, how it was made and how its creation affected the planet.”

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Winery Stina Vina
Country Croatia
Region Dalmatia
Variety Pošip
Category White wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Production 25.000
Award Silver medal, "Wine Challenge in London" (vintage 2015)
  • Herbs
  • Peach
  • Tropical fruit
  • Vanilla

Full wine with ripe flavors, rich and layered scent. It has dominant aromas of tropical fruit, peach, Mediterranean herbs and vanilla. Composed acidity gives it a lovely balance and juiciness. It goes great with fish, and because of its fruitiness and fullness it can be great companion to the meat such as veal or marinated poultry.

  • Polutry
  • Salads
  • Shrimps
  • White fish

Pošip is one of Croatian white varieties with the greatest potential. This wine comes from Korcula, the old vineyards that are traditionally the best microlocation for growing Posip. The winery is from the island of Brač, unique and famous for its white stone (Stina). Many famous Croatian poets, authors, sculptors, and painters were born on Brač. Brač stone has always been a source of inspiration due to its beauty, but it is also a symbol of hardship when it comes to viticulture and viniculture. And that is where the inspiration for the name STINA comes from. In the Dalmatian dialect, this word means stone, the strongest symbol of the island of Brač.

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