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Barun Graševina 2016

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Barundić winery is in Brezarić near Krašić in central Croatia, located near Jastrebarsko, about 50 km southwest of Zagreb. There Josip Barundić slowly began to revive the wine tradition started by his grandparents. Josip was born 37 years ago in France, in Nice, and his parents sent him as a 10-year-old kid to his mother’s home country. Josip with his wife Mara and his family began to work more seriously in 2009. He invested in modern technology, knowledge, and had great support and help from enologist Goran Marmilic. Also, Josip brought a French way of thinking and experiencing wine, and applied to the local circumstances. Barun wines and sparkling wines are very enjoyable and light, mainly because they contain very little sulfur.

Wine notes

Winery Barun Winery
Country Croatia
Region Croatian Uplands
Variety Graševina (Welschriesling)
Category White wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Production 5.000
  • Apple
  • Cut green grass
  • Lime
  • Peach

This is the wine that reflects all the varietal characteristics of Graševina with more herbal notes. Distinctive aromas of meadow apple, peach, citrus. It features a soft body, full flavor with a rich and long ending. It is produced by natural fermentation in stainless steel barrels.

  • Carbonara
  • Cured meat
  • Poultry
  • salmon

Barundić winery is in Brezarić near Krašić in central Croatia, located near Jastrebarsko, about 50 km southwest of Zagreb. There Josip Barundić slowly began to revive the wine tradition started by his grandparents. Josip was born 37 years ago in France, in Nice, and his parents sent him as a 10-year-old kid to his mother’s home country. Josip with his wife Mara and his family began to work more seriously in 2009. He invested in modern technology, knowledge, and had great support and help from enologist Goran Marmilic. Also, Josip brought a French way of thinking and experiencing wine, and applied to the local circumstances. Barun wines and sparkling wines are very enjoyable and light, mainly because they contain very little sulfur.

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