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Coronica Teran 2017

Coronica-Teran
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$17.55119,26 HRK

The harvest begins after a thorough tasting of the grapes. Destemming and crushing are followed by fermentation and maceration, the duration of which depends on the extraction of polyphenols and aromas. The malolactic fermentation generally takes place after the alcoholic fermentation.

Here, in the red Istrian soil, Coronica vineyards and vines are growing, and, as far as the nature allows, the highest possible quality grapes of our indigenous varieties – predominantly Istrian Malvasia and Teran. Most of the time we are committed to working with these two varieties. They have always told a story about the Coronica family as Istrian farmers, contadini, who have been taking care of the land just as if it was one of their own family – because it is indeed precisely that, and has been – for decades!

Wine notes

Winery Coronica
Country Croatia
Region Istria & Kvarner
Variety Teran
Category Red wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Alcohol 13 %
  • Blackberry
  • Cherry
  • Black pepper
  • Minerality

Vinification of red wine takes place after careful grape sorting. Teran is made every year, and matures in wooden barrels for a short period of time. Coronica Teran is considered to be the most authentic and honest expression of the grape variety Teran.

Purple color and plenty of Teran sharpness, mellowed by malo… gripped by tiny tannins and unique astringency that makes every hearty meal the best it can be.

  • Game meat
  • Hamburger
  • Roasted meat
  • Spaghetti bolognese

The harvest begins after a thorough tasting of the grapes. Destemming and crushing are followed by fermentation and maceration, the duration of which depends on the extraction of polyphenols and aromas. The malolactic fermentation generally takes place after the alcoholic fermentation.

Here, in the red Istrian soil, Coronica vineyards and vines are growing, and, as far as the nature allows, the highest possible quality grapes of our indigenous varieties – predominantly Istrian Malvasia and Teran. Most of the time we are committed to working with these two varieties. They have always told a story about the Coronica family as Istrian farmers, contadini, who have been taking care of the land just as if it was one of their own family – because it is indeed precisely that, and has been – for decades!

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