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Plančić Ager reserva 2015

Brothers Plančić Winery is located on the sunniest island in Croatia, Island Hvar. The winery was established in 1919. And since then it is run by family Plančić. They are using indigenous cultivars characteristic for the island Hvar. White varieties: Bogdanuša and Parč. And red: Plavac Mali and Darnekuša. Typical for the Plančić winery is that they process every vineyard by hand and that every bottle has a unique number. You can find the information on how much of that vintage was produced, and which bottle do you own. Ager is dry white wine with geographical origin from the Island Hvar from the best micro-location. The production is by hand-selecting grapes from indigenous Hvar cultivars Bogdanuša and Parč from locality Poljica, Grebišće, Kruševje and Vrboska. Those positions are in old Greek finding, called Ager that is under the protection of UNESCO. And from there the name of a premium line of wine, Ager.

Wine notes

Winery Braća Plančić Winery
Country Croatia
Region Dalmatia
Variety Bogdanuša, Parč
Category White wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Alcohol 13.3 %
Production 3.300
  • Herbs
  • Honey
  • Peach
  • Vanilla

Plančić Ager has a greenish yellow color, balanced characteristic-aromatic fresh taste, and smell. Before bottling, wine lays out a minimum of 12-18 months.

  • Poultry
  • Salads
  • Shrimps
  • White fish

Brothers Plančić Winery is located on the sunniest island in Croatia, Island Hvar. The winery was established in 1919. And since then it is run by family Plančić. They are using indigenous cultivars characteristic for the island Hvar. White varieties: Bogdanuša and Parč. And red: Plavac Mali and Darnekuša. Typical for the Plančić winery is that they process every vineyard by hand and that every bottle has a unique number. You can find the information on how much of that vintage was produced, and which bottle do you own. Ager is dry white wine with geographical origin from the Island Hvar from the best micro-location. The production is by hand-selecting grapes from indigenous Hvar cultivars Bogdanuša and Parč from locality Poljica, Grebišće, Kruševje and Vrboska. Those positions are in old Greek finding, called Ager that is under the protection of UNESCO. And from there the name of a premium line of wine, Ager.

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