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Indigenous Croatian White Case

Indigenous Croatian White Case
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$96.43$102.27644,61 HRK683,67 HRK
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Meet indigenous white wines of Croatia. These six carefully selected bottles will take you along the continental and Mediterranean Croatian. Through this unique selection you will get to know the world of Croatian indigenous white wine. Then the thirst for exploring Croatian wine will only increase.

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Winery Ante Sladić
Country Croatia
Region Dalmatia
Variety Debit
Category White wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Production 10.000
  • Almond
  • Herbs
  • Lime
  • Salt

Debit has the freshness of the north and the strength of the south. Debit expresses the character of Plastovo soil remarkably, through minerality and freshness. Light, fresh, and extremely dry wine with a unique style. The scent of citrus, blended with a chamomile flower, in the mouth rounded with the flavor of the sea, salt, and stone.

  • Clams
  • Salads
  • Sushi
  • White fish

Sladić Ante Winery is a family winery in Plastovo, on a hill above Skradin, near the Krka National Park. They uncompromisingly believe in indigenous varieties and invest enormous effort in vineyard and wine cellar while respecting tradition and nature. It is a winery with a long tradition and great passion for winemaking. The microclimate at an altitude of 250 m created by a unique combination of River Krka and the Adriatic Sea. Enriched with the soil formed under the influence of the sea and a river that once ran in that area has produced a lot of limestones and a mixture of different soil that gives minerality and allows creating wines of various styles and qualities. The Debit variety that was once a currency for payment. It has a fabulous history where it won many awards, was exported to France and Italy, and even Marshal Marmont was drinking it.

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Winery Cmrečnjak Winery
Country Croatia
Region Croatian Uplands
Variety Pušipel
Category White wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Production 5.000
  • Green apple
  • Lemon
  • Lime
  • Mint

Refreshing flavors of lemon, lime and green apple can be found in Pušipel. This refreshing wine has distinct mineral – citrus notes, low alcohol levels and a pronounced acidity that allows it to be consumed along medium and strongly seasoned dishes. Its taste demonstrates the great potential this variety has.

  • Clams
  • Sashimi
  • Spicy food
  • White fish

Family Cmrečnjak cherishes a long tradition of viticulture and winemaking. The first family cellar dates from as far back as 1884, and today it is arranged family archives. More comprehensive and market-directional winemaking family is involved from the beginning of the 1970s, when the two hectares planted with varieties graševine and pušipela (Šipon, Furmint). Continuous improvement of production and gaining certification of geographical origin 1992, were created preconditions for serious progress in the market.

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Winery Ilovaček Wine
Country Croatia
Region Croatian Uplands
Variety Škrlet
Category White wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Production 10.000
  • Acacia flowers
  • Banana
  • Lime
  • Pear

The Škrlet vineyards are located on the Ilovčak position. It is fruity, gentle, fresh and full of flavor. Summer refreshing wine. Distinct citrus, banana, pear, yellow plum and white flowers aromas. It goes great with white meat, pasta, sea fish and seafood, light creamy soup.

  • Poultry
  • Salads
  • Vegetable soup
  • White fish

Ilovčak Winery is the fifth generation growing the vine on parcels dating back to the mid-19th century. The vineyards are located on the eastern slopes of Moslavina highlands, above the River Ilova, on the border between Moslavina and Slavonia. Ilovčak vineyards are only on southern slopes of Moslavina Highlands at 240 meters above sea level, covering an area of 6 hectares. The most abundant variety is an indigenous variety Škrlet, followed by Graševina, Pinot Blanc, and Cabernet Sauvignon. The first vineyards were planted in 1992, while the commercial sales began in 2006. Škrlet is an indigenous Moslavina variety. Only 95 hectares of this variety are planted anywhere in the word. In local dialect, it is called “yellow little ram” because of the similarities to the head of the ram. The Ilovčak winery has 3 hectares of Škrlet vineyards and they produce about 10,000 bottles.

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Winery Jokić Winery
Country Croatia
Region Dalmatia
Variety Maraština
Category White wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
  • Hazelnut
  • Herbs
  • Honey
  • Pear

Maraština is a rare grape, indigenous to Dalmatia. It is made according to organic wine standards. It is also called “rukatac” because the cluster resembles a body with two arms. Maraština ripens late, so the grapes are quite sweet. Due to its flowery smell and lower alcohol percentage, it is called a ladies’ wine. Jokic Maraština is a white, dry, mineral and refreshing wine, with wonderful acidity and fresh fruit aromas.

  • ASparagus
  • Clams
  • Vegetable risotto
  • White fish

The Jokic family vineyards are in the heart of Ravni Kotari, between the sea and the Mount Velebit. This combination makes a unique micro-climate for Jokić wines. The Jokić wine label shows a crack in the stone that represents that with hard work anything can grow even from stone. Jokić wines are made according to most advanced ECO standards and have a label of protected designation of origin (PDO).

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Winery Korta Katarina
Country Croatia
Region Dalmatia
Variety Pošip
Category White wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Alcohol 14 %
  • Acacia flowers
  • Citrus
  • Herbs
  • Peach

Golden-greenish color in the glass provides an appealing appearance of the pošip wine. It has an intense citrus scent, mixed with white stone fruits and field flowers. Full and delicious, with a gentle bitterness. Extremely fresh and easy drinking, dry wine. Ideally served with seafood dishes, particularly with shells and crabs.

  • Hard cheese
  • Salads
  • Shrimps
  • Sushi

The Korta Katarina (KK) Southern Croatian winery and its villa “Rivijera Orebić” (or-ub-itch) are a wine lovers dream. The first venue of its kind in Southern Croatia, the winery, villa, and vineyards are perched on the edge of the crystal-clear Adriatic Sea and provide breathtaking views of Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast. The estate is located in the small coastal town of Orebić (or-ub-itch), a region renowned for its culture, seaports and winemaking traditions that date back to the Roman Empire. For centuries, ‘kortas’ were the center of family gatherings for sea captains and sailors embarking on worldly adventures. The KORTA KATARINA winery name represents the kortas/gardens of Croatia and the family name Katarina/Katharine of KK founders and owners Lee and Penny Anderson.

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Winery Tomić
Country Croatia
Region Dalmatia
Variety Bogdanuša, Pošip
Category White wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
  • Apple
  • Apricot
  • Geranium
  • Peach

Bogdanuša is planted on a red soil which gives a specific refreshing sour taste to the wine. In that synergy each vareity provides its best, Pošip provides the strength, minerality, typical fruity and floral aromas of apricot, peach and other fresh fruit while Bogdanuša provides the floral aromas and freshness. The best way to experience the magical wine world of one of the best Croatian enologists, Mr. Andro Tomić, is to visit his winery, a cellar carved in the rock in Jelsa.

  • Salads
  • Starters
  • Vegetable risotto
  • White fish

The name of the wine means “beauty” in vernacular (from Italian word bellezza). Dry white wine from the sunniest Croatian island, Hvar. Beleca is made from indigenous varieties Pošip and Bogdanuša in a fifty-fifty ratio. The synergy of these two varieties gives a unique minerality and freshness to the wine. Even tough Pošip is originally from Korčula, the one used in Beleca originates from Hvar as well.

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