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Feravino Miraz Graševina 2017

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$16.16118,00 HRK

In 18th century Slavonia, wine culture was brought by Cistercian and the Templar monks. In 1804 the existing Feravino wine cellar was constructed and wine production in Feričanci began. Feravino is a continental winery that invests love, passion, and knowledge in the top-quality red wines. Feravino gives special attention to the queen of their vineyards and winery, the Frankovka (Franconia) grape variety. No smaller dedication is put into the queen of the Slavonian vineyards – white variety Graševina.

Wine notes

Winery Feravino
Country Croatia
Region Slavonia and Croatian Danube
Variety Graševina
Category White wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Alcohol 13 %
  • Cut green grass
  • Green apple
  • Melon
  • Citrus

Nice golden hay color with orange gleam and quite intensive scent reminding of ripe apple, honey and candied fruit. In mouth the wine is warm, nicely rounded with aromas of tropical fruits.

  • Roasted poultry
  • Vegetable risotto
  • Oily fish
  • Pasta with truffles

In 18th century Slavonia, wine culture was brought by Cistercian and the Templar monks. In 1804 the existing Feravino wine cellar was constructed and wine production in Feričanci began. Feravino is a continental winery that invests love, passion, and knowledge in the top-quality red wines. Feravino gives special attention to the queen of their vineyards and winery, the Frankovka (Franconia) grape variety. No smaller dedication is put into the queen of the Slavonian vineyards – white variety Graševina.

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