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Bikicki Cu 2018

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$30.68194,10 HRK

“Minimum intervention, maximum quality and superior taste” – would be a short description of Bikicki wine. The essence of Bikicki wine, with great effort and work, lies in the unique terroir of Fruška Gora. At an altitude of 140 -220 m on the slopes of Fruška Gora, vineyards of the Bikicki winery are cultivated according to organic principles.

Using indigenous yeasts and a minimal amount of sulfur, they produce unique wines.

Wine notes

Winery Bikicki
Country Serbia
Region Alma Mons (Fruška Gora)
Variety Pinot grigio
Category Orange
Bottle size 0.75 L
Alcohol 12.7 %
  • Cherry
  • Dried stone fruit
  • Tea
  • Wild strawberries

The strong copper-red color. Its scent offers notes of hibiscus, rosehip jam and red stone fruits, behind which aromas of ripe cherries and wild strawberries develop. On the palate rounded, juicy and soft, with a slight tannic grip. Wine of a unique character. Three-day maceration. Spontaneous fermentation on natural yeasts. Aging in a used Hungarian light barrique for 6 months, unfiltered. 

  • Gnocchi
  • Polutry
  • Sausages
  • Stew

“Minimum intervention, maximum quality and superior taste” – would be a short description of Bikicki wine. The essence of Bikicki wine, with great effort and work, lies in the unique terroir of Fruška Gora. At an altitude of 140 -220 m on the slopes of Fruška Gora, vineyards of the Bikicki winery are cultivated according to organic principles.

Using indigenous yeasts and a minimal amount of sulfur, they produce unique wines.

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