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Medea Punta Greca 2016

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$46.58297,42 HRK

Medea Winery was founded in 1956 by merging farmers cooperatives that existed in the village of Rovinj, Pula and Barban. Today they own 48 acres of vineyards. Despite the size of the winery, it produces only 30,000 bottles of high-quality wine a year, while the rest still ends up as table wine. However, the plan to switch exclusively to quality has already begun and we can’t wait to drink the fruits of their labor. Just walk through one of the series of our vineyards that cover a total of 60 hectares and soak up the smell of grapes, and in it the Istrian spirit of culture, tradition and heritage.

Wine notes

Winery Medea Winery
Country Croatia
Region Istria & Kvarner
Variety Merlot
Category Red wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Alcohol 14.5 %
Award Decanter Wine Awards 2020 - Bronze
  • Cherry
  • Dried herbs
  • Tobacco
  • Vanilla

It is characterized by a deep black color that evokes the color of the juice of sour cherry. Fragrant fruit, predominantly Marasca cherry, with slight swirling in the glass scent of Mediterranean herbs is surfacing. Fragrant notes of precious wood, tobacco and vanilla are present in intensity which ideally complements the fragrant harmony. Wine is rounded, velvety, harmonious in structure with emphasized but soft tannins. Medium to long end where Marasca cherry is dominant on the nose.

  • Beef
  • Hard cheese
  • Steak
  • Stew

Medea Winery was founded in 1956 by merging farmers cooperatives that existed in the village of Rovinj, Pula and Barban. Today they own 48 acres of vineyards. Despite the size of the winery, it produces only 30,000 bottles of high-quality wine a year, while the rest still ends up as table wine. However, the plan to switch exclusively to quality has already begun and we can’t wait to drink the fruits of their labor. Just walk through one of the series of our vineyards that cover a total of 60 hectares and soak up the smell of grapes, and in it the Istrian spirit of culture, tradition and heritage.

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