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Ritoša Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

Ritoša-Cabenet-Sauvignon
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9.49 €72,44 HRK

Wine is produced in the Ritoša family for centuries, mostly for personal use. The youngest daughter Ana decided to attend the school of agriculture and to study viticulture, which led to the decision to expand the production of wines with high quality in mind. They planted the vineyard according to the highest standards, invested in the purchase of modern winery equipment, and equipped the cellar with quality wooden barrels and stainless-steel tanks that control the temperature of fermentation and wine storage.

Wine notes

Winery Wine Ritoša
Country Croatia
Region Istria & Kvarner
Variety Cabernet Sauvignon
Category Red wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Alcohol 14 %
  • Blackberry
  • Black currant
  • Violet
  • Minerality

Characterized by deep dark red color, with flavor of berries with charming floral aspect and minerality in the finish. With developed tannins, balanced acidity and recognizable expression of Cabernet Sauvignon it is one of the finest work with Cabernet Sauvignon in Croatia, for many vintages now. The wine aged in smaller wooden barrels at least one year before bottling.

Served ideally at temperature 16-18°C, with game dishes, red meat, grilled meat or blue fish.

  • Game meat
  • Spaghetti bolognese
  • Tuna
  • Red meat

Wine is produced in the Ritoša family for centuries, mostly for personal use. The youngest daughter Ana decided to attend the school of agriculture and to study viticulture, which led to the decision to expand the production of wines with high quality in mind. They planted the vineyard according to the highest standards, invested in the purchase of modern winery equipment, and equipped the cellar with quality wooden barrels and stainless-steel tanks that control the temperature of fermentation and wine storage.

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