A blend of indigenous Pošip and Vugava varieties together with 10% Chardonnay, this aromatic white offers floral and lightly perfumed yellow fruit with mild apricot flavours and distinctive stony mineral. Different but charming wine, well worth a try.
This is the essence of luscious green fruit, showing aromatic, deeply flavoured and concentrated green plum in a limpid, smooth-bodied package. Supported by distinctive mineral, unique to the local terroir, it finishes with refreshing but not overbearing acidity.
Offers fresh green primary fruit flavour that reminds you of tasting fruit straight out of a fruit bowl. Mellow green plum dominates on the palate with limestone minerality and refreshing acidity. A distinctive wine showing plenty of charm.
Traminac is a Croatian term for Gewürztraminer, and this hits all the right flavour notes. Old gold colour with a spicy, lychee and rose-petal nose. Full-bodied grapefruit and lychee flavours that sustain well on the palate. Rich and satisfying mouthfeel.
The Pošip grape is indigenous to Croatia’s Dalmatian coastal region. Although more commonly light-bodied, this rendition displays richness and complexity. Wide-ranging aromas include citrus, herbs and vanilla. Peach and citrus flavours fill out a well-balanced palate. Spiciness lingers. A natural for seafood.