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Vincic Grasac Amphora

£48.00

Product Details

Volume

750ml

country
Serbia
region
Fruska Gora

Grape

Grasac

vintage

2017

Vinification

Aged for 8 months after fermentation in clay roman amphora.

Tasting notes

Intense orange zest and fresh green almonds, white peach, subtle herbal savouriness, floral touch. Fresh, fine minerality, flint clean, salty nuances, lime touch, a light-footed amphora wine without any exaggerated tannin nuances.

Pairs with

A versatile food wine for its kind, but give it a go with crispy pork belly. Perfect.

(v) = Suitable for Vegetarians      (vg) = Suitable for Vegans

About Vincic Winery

The Vinčić family have been growing grapes and producing wine for several decades, but it was only in 2020 that they founded their own winery in the beautiful landscape of the Fruska Gora region in the Pannonian Basin. Situated in the village of Sid, west of Novi Sad, this boutique winery was founded with the aim of bringing only the best quality to the bottle.

Fruska Gora explained

The Fruška Gora hill runs approximately 80 kilometers east to west and its highest point is 539 meters. It’s flanked to the north by the Danube River. Most of the hill lies within Serbia’s borders, but a tiny portion of the western end is in Croatia. Vineyard soils are multilayered and full of minerals which provides robustness and complexity in the wines. On the surface the soil is alluvial. There are several layers of clay and limestone where plant roots reach fossilized segments of shell and coral deposited by Pannonian sea sediments.