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Krapež Merlot 2015

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$27.81188,98 HRK

Located in the village of Vrhpolje in the Vipava Valley. Vineyards lie mostly on raised southern slopes above the village, exposed to sun and mild winds. The altitude of the vineyards is between 150 and 250 metres Soils are deposited rich layers of flysch and marl. Older vineyards are grassed.
Planting density is about 5000 vines per hectare. Low, single-guyot training method is used with yields around 1 kg of grapes per vine. 

Wine notes

Winery Krapež
Country Slovenia
Region Primorska Vipava
Variety Merlot
Category Red wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Alcohol 14 %
Production 4.000
  • Blueberry
  • Blackberry
  • Cherry
  • Dry plum

Dry plums, dark cherry and cedar notes coming from the glass filled with this ruby red Merlot from Vipava valley. After intensive and rich smell, on the palate the berries are taking over to a finish, with a hint of chocolate. Velvety tannins textured plush and warm mouthfeel. Full bodied and strong but easily drinkable Merlot.

  • Hard cheese
  • Game meat
  • Prosciutto
  • Roasted meat

Located in the village of Vrhpolje in the Vipava Valley. Vineyards lie mostly on raised southern slopes above the village, exposed to sun and mild winds. The altitude of the vineyards is between 150 and 250 metres Soils are deposited rich layers of flysch and marl. Older vineyards are grassed.
Planting density is about 5000 vines per hectare. Low, single-guyot training method is used with yields around 1 kg of grapes per vine. 

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