The Serbian response to the Italian Amarone. It’s not a competition and these 2 are not the contenders but this Black Muscat is the best expression of the red wine efforts of the region. A unique wine with a layered fragrance of pepper, rose petals, prunes and dark chocolate. Complex structure and long finish. One year barrique and only 1,400 bottles produced.
Year 2017 Degree 15.5% Serbia Ideal for: Amarone cheaters
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Banostor village, northern slopes of Fruska Gora, overlooking the Danube. A soil made of rocks from almost all geological eras with dominance of combisol and vertisol (clay) and presence of volcanic rocks, limestone and marl. An area that used to be an island during the Pannonian Sea era and the birthplace of Roman emperors.
Djordje is a wine passionate civil engineer, owner of 8ha vineyards that are organically treated with a low intervention philosophy by the hand of Oszkar Maurer, the father of the natural wine movement in Serbia. The result is a few thousands bottles of wines, experiencing short macerations, rich in fruity notes, dry sweetness and light acidity.
A space for those who love adventure and those who choose off the beaten tracks.A space for those who love nature and the urban jungles. A space for craftsmen and artists.A space, natural, for you.