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Zure Grk Bartul 2018

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$24.38166,96 HRK

The Batistic-Zure family lives in the exotic village of Lumbarda, situated at the eastern edge of Korcula. Lumbarda (the continuity of the village goes back to the Hellenic times (4th to 5th centuries B.C.) has been known from ancient times for its production of high quality white grapes, the autochthonous sort Grk, which can grow only in the loose Lumbarda sand, absorbing the primaeval strength of the sun shining in this unique ambience.

Wine notes

Winery Batistić - Zure
Country Croatia
Region Dalmatia
Variety Grk
Category White wines
Bottle size 0.75 L
Production 5.000
Award Decanter 2018 - Bronze Award
  • Dried hay straw
  • Melon
  • Pear
  • White pepper

“Grk Bartul” – a dry white wine produced and cultivated in the family cellar of Ive Batistic Zure; obtained from the manually processed indigenous sort of grapes called Grk; it contains 12.6% of alcohol, and it is filled in the bottles of 0.75 litres, vintage 1999. We suggest to consume it with fish, shells and crabs prepared according to the recipes of the family restaurant “Zure”.

  • Clams
  • Rabbit
  • Shrimps
  • White fish

The Batistic-Zure family lives in the exotic village of Lumbarda, situated at the eastern edge of Korcula. Lumbarda (the continuity of the village goes back to the Hellenic times (4th to 5th centuries B.C.) has been known from ancient times for its production of high quality white grapes, the autochthonous sort Grk, which can grow only in the loose Lumbarda sand, absorbing the primaeval strength of the sun shining in this unique ambience.

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