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Galić Pinot Noir 2015

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Green hills of Požega valley were formed a long time ago by sinking of massive glaciers from the surrounding hills. A pleasant altitude of 200-330 m above the sea level, mainly southern exposure. And the characteristics continental climate, with a gradual transition from summer to autumn. With higher average autumn temperature than the temperature in spring makes it ideal for growing grapes. The Galić family has dealt with grape growing and wine production for generations but mainly for their personal use.

Wine notes

Winery Galić
Country Croatia
Region Slavonia and Croatian Danube
Variety Pinot Noir
Category Red wines
  • Cherry
  • Dark Chocolate
  • Tobacco
  • Wild strawberries

Premium dry wine from Slavonia, Kutjevo winegrowing area. This wine is characterized by beautiful, elegant ruby hue typical of Pinot noir. A pronounced and attractive bouquet of cherries and wild strawberries develops towards spicy aromas of nutmeg as well as elements of tobacco and dark chocolate. Silky and velvety tannins intertwine with pleasant and gentle acids creating a sensational feel on the palate. The wine has been aged in 500 l oak casks for 12 months.

  • Chocolate dessert
  • Rabbit
  • Roasted poultry
  • Stew

Green hills of Požega valley were formed a long time ago by sinking of massive glaciers from the surrounding hills. A pleasant altitude of 200-330 m above the sea level, mainly southern exposure. And the characteristics continental climate, with a gradual transition from summer to autumn. With higher average autumn temperature than the temperature in spring makes it ideal for growing grapes. The Galić family has dealt with grape growing and wine production for generations but mainly for their personal use.

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