Light yellow color with a green reflections. Initial floral nose, peach and yellow stone fruit. After brief aerating some waxy and apple skin notes appears.
Wine was fermented and aged in neutral oak on fine lees. Quite full and structured, plenty of lime, citrus, lemon and apple bite with great acidity, but tight and structured. Mineral aftertaste with hint of fresh bread.
Food pairing: dried and lightly smoked fish, spaghetti carbonara and pasta with other creamy sauces.
|Serving temp.||10-12 ºC|
Velimir Korak, has been producing high quality wines for over 20 years now although the family tradition dates back centuries.
With devoted work and love for the job, he has always been a little bit different from the others, and is even quite modest in pointing out that the first ever superior quality domestic Chardonnay which reminds on the Burgundy crus, his Pinot Noir came onto the market from his cellar, and knowing the way he does things, we can expect new surprises.
The five hectares (over 12 acres) of vineyards include Riesling, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Noir, Syrah and Portugizac. The Riesling is the most widely planted grape in the Plešivica region. Josip noted that some of the vines in the wineyard are very old. In mid-March the vines were still dormant for the winter allowing one to observe the ups and downs of the landscape.
After being named one of the top 20 winemakers three years in a row, in 2008 Velimir Korak received the title of Croatia’s best winemaker!