Cart preview

Your shopping cart is empty

Wishlist
Ship to
You've just added a product to your cart
VIEW CART
Sorry, we have only of available in stock. The quantity is automatically reduced to the max possible value.
We’re so sorry but the is available only in US, please remove it from the cart
is not available for shipping within the US.
VIEW AVAILABLE WINES
Some of the wines you've picked are not available in US. For shipping within US please
CHOOSE WINES FROM THIS LIST
You’ve just added a product to your wishlist
10 POINTS
You’ve just shared an article.

Zure Grk Bartul 2019

Zure-Bartul-Grk
- +
$26.05169,26 HRK

The Batistic-Zure family lives in the exotic village of Lumbarda, situated at the eastern edge of Korčula island. Lumbarda has been known from ancient times (the continuity of the village goes back to the Hellenic times, between 4th to 5th century B.C.) for its production of high quality white grapes, especially the autochthonous variety Grk, which survived in the loose Lumbarda sand, absorbing the primeval 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
  • Dried hay straw
  • Melon
  • Pear
  • White pepper

Grk ”Bartul” – a dry top wine of the indigenous variety Grk. As it is a grape coming from a new grapevine vineyard, we can state that it is a new style and direction of that variety from the famous sandy Lumbarda fields. Grk is a very specific variety, because it is a sort where male flower has no function, and for the pollination a flower of another variety is needed. This kind of specificity is united in only 1% of all wine varieties in the world.

  • Clams
  • Rabbit
  • Shrimps
  • White fish

The Batistic-Zure family lives in the exotic village of Lumbarda, situated at the eastern edge of Korčula island. Lumbarda has been known from ancient times (the continuity of the village goes back to the Hellenic times, between 4th to 5th century B.C.) for its production of high quality white grapes, especially the autochthonous variety Grk, which survived in the loose Lumbarda sand, absorbing the primeval strength of the sun shining in this unique ambience.

Like what you read?

Subscribe today and be the first to read THE latest.