Jubo’v is a red wine made from a rarely seen combination of grape varieties Merlot, Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Plavac Mali known for it's rich tannins. Because of this blend, the wine is more rounded and accessible.
The wine is made from grapes from the north of the Adriatic island of Hvar. The terroir of these vineyards provide, by the composition of the soil and microclimate, grapes of exceptional quality, which are very different from the grapes of the south side of Hvar.
The wine is dark red in colour. The taste is mild and dry. The balanced blend gives the wine light tannins and makes it very easy drinkable.
Food pairing: grilled fish, red meat and lamb.
|Grape variety||Merlot, Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Plavac Mali|
|Serving temp.||8-10 ºC|
The Carić family has been producing wine ever since, but with the establishment of the Vino-Hvar company d.o.o. they start to produce their own wines, known as CARIC WINES. Vineyards and wineries are just as important a part of their business. They cultivate about 5 ha of vineyards in different locations of the HVAR VINEYARD, while a smaller part of the grapes are purchased from subcontractors. They cultivate several autochthonous varieties, such as Plavac mali, Bogdanjuša, Kuč, Marašina, Darnekus and Posip. Each wine has its own story, from vineyards to wineries to their names. Their product range consists of 8 wines, each of which can find something for themselves, from everyday table wines to top quality ones that are drunk on special occasions. The original label was designed by famous Croatian painter Edo Murtić. Murtic's designs were redesigned by renowned Zagreb designer Nenad Dogan.