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Bovin Vranec 2017

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10.49 €80,08 HRK

Bovin Winery is the first privately build winery in MacedoniaBovin owns 60 hectares of prime vineyards in Tikvesh wine district. The Tikvesh district has approximately 11,000 ha of grapes, which represents about one third of the total vineyard area of Macedonia. It is the driest area of Balkan Peninsula. The maximum daily temperature during July and August is regularly around 40ºC. With a deep plowing layer, the rich soils supply the grapes with a constant supply of water.

Wine notes

Winery Bovin winery
Country Macedonia
Region North Macedonia
Variety Vranac
Category Red wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Alcohol 13.5 %
Production 3.000
  • Plum jam
  • Cherry
  • Plum
  • Fresh berries

Wines made from the red Vranec grape are the most popular indigenous wines of Macedonia. The Vranec from BOVIN is a dry with deep red color. Red fruit and berries dominate the intense nose. Subtle, round and full, this wine is balanced with a firm structure and the typical varietal jam like flavors. Distinctly Macedonian in nature, BOVIN Vranec is served with the entire range of the country’s varied cuisine from tomato-based salads and grilled meat to aged cheese. The wine should be served at 15-17ºC.

  • Hard cheese
  • Gnocchi
  • Spaghetti bolognese
  • Red meat

Bovin Winery is the first privately build winery in MacedoniaBovin owns 60 hectares of prime vineyards in Tikvesh wine district. The Tikvesh district has approximately 11,000 ha of grapes, which represents about one third of the total vineyard area of Macedonia. It is the driest area of Balkan Peninsula. The maximum daily temperature during July and August is regularly around 40ºC. With a deep plowing layer, the rich soils supply the grapes with a constant supply of water.

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