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Tomac Amphora Brut Nature

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$57.34392,71 HRK

Tomac Winery is one of the most renowned producers of sparkling wines in Croatia with a history of more than 100 years in winemaking. Located at Plešivica, in the Zagreb region area they produce amazing sparkling and still wines. In 2006. Tomac started producing wines in traditional terracotta vessels, amphorae, with minimal intervention in the winemaking process. In this natural approach, grape juice remains in contact with the skin from several days to couple of months, extracting the rich flavors and getting rich, amber color.

Wine notes

Winery Tomac
Country Croatia
Region Croatian Uplands
Variety Chardonnay, Old Plešivica varieties
Category Sparkling wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Production 5.000
Award Decanter Stellar Wines of 2016
  • Caramel
  • Pear
  • Toast
  • Vanilla

Sparkling wine from the amphorae. Method Traditionnelle. Chardonnay 50% Old Plešivica sortiment 50%. Brut Nature. The wine has been macerated in clay amphorae for 6 months and then another 18 months in large oak barrels. Quince and tobacco, brioche and toasted bread mixed with oranges accompanied by the racy acidity.

  • Dried fruit
  • Lamb
  • Tuna
  • Veal

Tomac Winery is one of the most renowned producers of sparkling wines in Croatia with a history of more than 100 years in winemaking. Located at Plešivica, in the Zagreb region area they produce amazing sparkling and still wines. In 2006. Tomac started producing wines in traditional terracotta vessels, amphorae, with minimal intervention in the winemaking process. In this natural approach, grape juice remains in contact with the skin from several days to couple of months, extracting the rich flavors and getting rich, amber color.

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