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Mimica Pribidrag 2013

Mimica Pribidrag 2013
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Pribidrag is the local name for Zinfandel in the area around Omiš, from where this wine is coming. The story of the House Of A Happy Man winery started in 2003 when three grape vines of Crljenak were found in the owner’s village Vrisovci on the southern slopes of Omiška Dinara, which would later become the winery’s main vineyard. After the discovery, Mr. Mimica decided he should start the vineyard on that location and was the only one along with Mr. Plenković committed to the revitalization of the old grape variety known as Crljenak, Tribidrag or Pribidrag. The discovery of Crljenak was significant because it solved the mystery of Californian Zinfandel and Italian Primitivo. DNA tests in December 2001 confirmed that Crljenak, Primitivo, and Zinfandel were the same variety.

Wine notes

Winery Kuća Sretnog Čovjeka
Country Croatia
Region Dalmatia
Variety Tribidrag
Category Red wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Production 15
  • Black currant
  • Blackberry
  • Dark Chocolate
  • Honey

Respectable dark body, perfumey creamy berry aroma – just lovely, smooth, some soft chocolate. A vague touch of honey, a delicious red wine.

  • Beef
  • Cured meat
  • Game Meat
  • Hard cheese

Pribidrag is the local name for Zinfandel in the area around Omiš, from where this wine is coming. The story of the House Of A Happy Man winery started in 2003 when three grape vines of Crljenak were found in the owner’s village Vrisovci on the southern slopes of Omiška Dinara, which would later become the winery’s main vineyard. After the discovery, Mr. Mimica decided he should start the vineyard on that location and was the only one along with Mr. Plenković committed to the revitalization of the old grape variety known as Crljenak, Tribidrag or Pribidrag. The discovery of Crljenak was significant because it solved the mystery of Californian Zinfandel and Italian Primitivo. DNA tests in December 2001 confirmed that Crljenak, Primitivo, and Zinfandel were the same variety.

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