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Kalazić Pinot Noir 2012

kalazic pinot noir
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$18.22134,07 HRK

Kalazić vineyards are are located at Banska kosa (Ban’s hair) to the northeast of Baranja, close to the Hungarian border near the mighty Danube, which significantly affects the microclimate. Sandy soil creates ideal conditions for the production of healthy and good quality grapes, which is the basis for obtaining high quality wines. The grapes were grown in this area since the ancient Roman time. They have called that area Mons Aureus, respectively meaning, Golden Hill. Etymology of name “Baranja” is also significant. Translated from the Hungarian it means – wine mother.

Wine notes

Winery Kalazić
Country Croatia
Region Slavonia and Croatian Danube
Variety Pinot Noir
Category Red wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Alcohol 13.5 %
  • Plum
  • Coffee
  • Raspberry
  • Strawberry

An extraordinary wine of attractive and rich aroma. Combination of sweet, fruity aromas reminiscent of strawberry and plum jam, accompanied with gentle and smoky aroma of coffee. Its taste is remarkably rich, harmonious and persistent. Initially dominated by a strong flavour, this wine still preserves the vivacity and freshness that are later replaced by sweetness of extracts. A lingering aftertaste intertwines piquancy and attractive fruitiness on the finish.

  • Gnocchi
  • Meat risotto
  • Rabbit
  • Roasted poultry

Kalazić vineyards are are located at Banska kosa (Ban’s hair) to the northeast of Baranja, close to the Hungarian border near the mighty Danube, which significantly affects the microclimate. Sandy soil creates ideal conditions for the production of healthy and good quality grapes, which is the basis for obtaining high quality wines. The grapes were grown in this area since the ancient Roman time. They have called that area Mons Aureus, respectively meaning, Golden Hill. Etymology of name “Baranja” is also significant. Translated from the Hungarian it means – wine mother.

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