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Hvar Hills Maior Rizerva 2015

Hvar Hills Maior Rizerva 2015
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Hvar Hills, a company founded in 1991 has potentially the largest vineyards in the Mediterranean. It is located on the southern slope of the island Hvar in the locality of Poljica (Zastražišće) where due to the pronounced inclination and the stony soil the vine grows deeply. It has triple insolation: The Sun, stone, and sea. All the agrotechnical activities are carried out manually – from pruning to harvesting. Also, the traditional method of cultivation without armature is retained where the pronged vine shape ensures enough natural ventilation and sunlight utilization.

Wine notes

Winery Hvar Hills
Country Croatia
Region Dalmatia
Variety Plavac mali
Category Red wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Production 100
  • Apple
  • Black currant
  • Cinnamon
  • Plum jam

A recognizable note of Plavac Mali was obtained from aging in oak barrels for twelve months. Plum jam is almost the trademark of Plavac Mali but there are also plenty of berries. Red and black currant. Cloves, cinnamon, sweet spices, cedar, carob. Typical tones of dark red.

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  • Hamburger
  • Poultry
  • Sausages

Hvar Hills, a company founded in 1991 has potentially the largest vineyards in the Mediterranean. It is located on the southern slope of the island Hvar in the locality of Poljica (Zastražišće) where due to the pronounced inclination and the stony soil the vine grows deeply. It has triple insolation: The Sun, stone, and sea. All the agrotechnical activities are carried out manually – from pruning to harvesting. Also, the traditional method of cultivation without armature is retained where the pronged vine shape ensures enough natural ventilation and sunlight utilization.

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