WINES FROM CROATIA and her BALKAN NEIGHBORS
Rosé has a delicate and seductive color, the scent of rose and the light fruity aroma of strawberry, a refreshing, well-composed acid. The rich and persistent taste reveals the character of the Pinot Noir and Zweigelt varieties. We recommend serving at 8-10 ° C with fruit salads, fish, risotto or duck, and veal meat specialties. Indulge your senses from the first sip.
“Seductive and Fragrant” -SERVE CHILLED
This ROSÉ is rare as it is produced from the first class grape, PLAVAC MALI. Grapes are grown in the limestone and quartz hills of Dubrovnik County. Enjoy soft and rich aromas of vanilla, peach, blackberry. Label’s artist is renowned water colorist, Misha Lenn.
Produced in CROATIA
Enjoy this un-oaked Chardonnay from Croatia’s oldest producing winery near the Danube River! The flavors offer a mid-ripened grape with light tropical fruits with a hint of apple and citrus.
Delightful perfumed aroma of ripe
pears, peaches and honey.
Enjoy the sweet ﬂavors of ripe
melon, peaches and honey.
Your perfect PARTY WINE!
Traminac grape is an important varietal in Croatia and it flourishes in several wine producing regions. Outside of Croatia is it called ‘Gewurtztraminer’.
Hercego Zilavka is a quality dry white wine, bright and fresh, with a pale yellow-green color. This easy drinking pleasant wine is perfect for the patio and sunny afternoons!
Aromatic fruit and floral aromas! Full taste of grapes, pears and honey dew melon to finish. Light, fresh and happy!
An easy drinking dry wine, very low acid and sugar. Native to Istria and popular in Italy, Croatia and Slovenia. Floral aroma, white fruit taste with a slight green apple lift.
The interesting combination of the Merlot and Plavac Mali grape gives this wine a beautiful dark red body, and ruby red tones at the edges. It is balanced, has a lovely durability and a fine quality taste.
BRONZE AWARD 2017 – DWWA
This remarkable wine is well known in Croatia. The grape used provides the basis of many of the nation’s most sought-after red wines. It produces a dense and robust red wine with black cherry flavors and notes of pepper, smoke and spice.
Known as ZINFANDEL in the USA and PRIMITIVO in Italy! Produced in an organic vineyard of limestone soil and hand-picked to make sure the grapes are the best!
Peljesac, produced from the native Plavac Mali grape variety on the Peljesac peninsula, is characterized by its dark ruby red color. You will certainly enjoy this velvety black cherry, fig, raisin and spice flavored wine.
Bucuria Cabernet Sauvignon from Romania. This beautiful red semi-dry wine features an intense ruby color with shades of purple.
Pair this wine with spicy food, beef, lamb and dark poultry.
Enjoy the fruity aroma with tastes of dark cherry, cocoa and ripe plum. Velvety and PERFECT!
From MONTENEGRO with Love! Red ‘fruity’ fruits, easy tannins, with a velvety and plummy taste. The sensual texture and light finish rewards the day. Dry Premium Red
Enjoy this semi-sweet blend of red berry fruits that are bold and jammy. Finishes with a hint of spice. Serve with pork, beef and lamb.
The KING of wines for over 40 years in Serbia! A seductive aroma gives way to velvety dark berries with a ruby-red color. Serve with cheddar cheeses and roasted meats. Semi-sweet blend
WINES from the REPUBLIC OF GEORGIA
2018 Organic Reserve Red Semisweet
Made from RKATSITELI grapes, sweetest grapes grown in Eastern Georgia and one of the oldest varietals ever identified.
*Pairs well with fruits, desserts and nuts.
Made from SAPERAVI grapes, it’s one of the best, well-known wines in the region. A juicy wine with structure and finesse.
*Pairs well with spicy duck, blue cheese, and fresh fruits.
Organic Reserve Red Semisweet
Made with ALEKSANDROULI and MUDJURETULI late harvest grapes. Considered the “pearl” among Georgian wines.
*Pairs well with fresh fruit, fruit salads, light cheeses and desserts.
Organic Reserve Red Semisweet
Made from SAPERAVI grapes grown in the Kakheti region of Georgia. Grape is very sweet and has a dark pomegranate color.
*Pairs well with chocolate desserts and spicey molé sauces.
– Dry Amber Wine
Excellent wine from Eastern Georgia. Made with KISI grapes in KVERI clay vessels, a unique ancient Kakhetian method which has been used for 8 thousand years and the tradition continues today.
*Pairs well with fish and seafood, and with roasted meats.
SAPERAVI grape 100%, red semisweet, from the micro region of Kvareli. Garnet red color, balanced, smooth, cherry and pomegranate, with no taste of alcohol. Very light on the palate.
*Pair with fruits, chocolate and mild cheeses.
– 50% Aleksandrouli and 50% Mudjuretuli, from the Racha Region. Balanced and smooth red semisweet with hints of chocolate mild violet, and finishes with mild smokiness and black pepper.
* Pair with fruits, chocolate and desserts. Rich, Robust and Regal!
Kosher for Passover
Ruby red in color with a shade of violet on the rim. This bold and full-bodied wine has concentrated aromas and flavors of blueberry and blackberry – it’s called ‘jamminess’ in the wine world! The mild spicy aromas are associated with red fruits, and it’s typical Shiraz/Syrah in character.
Pair with: Brisket, lean red meats, mildly spicy ethnic foods and BBQ.
Alta Delta Carmenere
Curico Valley, Chile – The Carmenere grape is a wine grape variety originally planted in Bordeaux, France where it was used to produce deep red wines and occasionally used for blending purposes. Alta Delta Carmenere is a young wine and ruby red in color with blue hues.
Pair with: lamb with mint, lean grilled meats with savory sauces, bold salsas and pesto.
This wine features a beautiful garnet color, fine aroma with hints of cassis, and delicate nuances of prunes and cherry. It is mellow and velvety, with a delightful freshness on the palate. This is a Merlot as it should be!
Moldova has a rich and well established wine industry that is particularly well known and respected throughout Europe. Kvint Cab is a true stand-out for its full and velvety taste of almond, violets and Moroccan leather.
Pairs with: lamb, poultry, game and cheeses.