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    Beleca is a dry white wine. It is a blend of two autochthonous Croatian varieties: 50% Pošip and 50% Bogdanuša.

    Bogdanuša is a grape variety native to Hvar Island. It produces light, delicate wines characterized by freshness and a floral aroma. It is planted on red soil which intensifies the freshness, which is why it pairs excellently with richer, full bodied wine produced by Pošip.

    Originally from Korčula, Pošip has taken root elsewhere in Dalmatia, and has recently become popular on the international wine scene as one of the most praised Croatian grape varieties. 

    In this synergy of Pošip and Bogdanuša, Pošip provides the strength, the typical varietal aromas of stone fruit (apricot and peach) and minerality, while Bogdanuša provides gentler floral aromas and freshness. The result is a southern wine full of character, but at the same time refreshing and vibrant. It is quite light in alcohol (approx. 12.5 %) which makes it a more easy drinking style wine, ideal choice for daily consumption.

    The name of the wine means "beauty" in vernacular (Ital. bellezza).

    Best served: 10-12C

    Pair with: white meat, fish and shellfish dishes, as well as to spicier dishes such as pesto, hard cheeses like Pag Island cheese

    apricot
    fig
    peach
    red apple
     

Beleca is a dry white wine. It is a blend of two autochthonous Croatian varieties: 50% Pošip and 50% Bogdanuša.

Bogdanuša is a grape variety native to Hvar Island. It produces light, delicate wines characterized by freshness and a floral aroma. It is planted on red soil which intensifies the freshness, which is why it pairs excellently with richer, full bodied wine produced by Pošip.

Originally from Korčula, Pošip has taken root elsewhere in Dalmatia, and has recently become popular on the international wine scene as one of the most praised Croatian grape varieties. 

In this synergy of Pošip and Bogdanuša, Pošip provides the strength, the typical varietal aromas of stone fruit (apricot and peach) and minerality, while Bogdanuša provides gentler floral aromas and freshness. The result is a southern wine full of character, but at the same time refreshing and vibrant. It is quite light in alcohol (approx. 12.5 %) which makes it a more easy drinking style wine, ideal choice for daily consumption.

The name of the wine means "beauty" in vernacular (Ital. bellezza).

Best served: 10-12C

Pair with: white meat, fish and shellfish dishes, as well as to spicier dishes such as pesto, hard cheeses like Pag Island cheese

apricot
fig
peach
red apple
 

Tomić Beleca

Tomić Beleca

€13,95
€12,45
Dry white wine full of character, but at the same time refreshing and vibrant. Blend of 2 local grape varieties Pošip (50%) and Bogdanuša (50%). Lighter in alcohol making it easy wine for daily use.
Tomić Beleca
Tomić Beleca €13,95 €12,45
In stock Delivery time 1-3 days
1-3 days
€13,95
€12,45

    Beleca is a dry white wine. It is a blend of two autochthonous Croatian varieties: 50% Pošip and 50% Bogdanuša.

    Bogdanuša is a grape variety native to Hvar Island. It produces light, delicate wines characterized by freshness and a floral aroma. It is planted on red soil which intensifies the freshness, which is why it pairs excellently with richer, full bodied wine produced by Pošip.

    Originally from Korčula, Pošip has taken root elsewhere in Dalmatia, and has recently become popular on the international wine scene as one of the most praised Croatian grape varieties. 

    In this synergy of Pošip and Bogdanuša, Pošip provides the strength, the typical varietal aromas of stone fruit (apricot and peach) and minerality, while Bogdanuša provides gentler floral aromas and freshness. The result is a southern wine full of character, but at the same time refreshing and vibrant. It is quite light in alcohol (approx. 12.5 %) which makes it a more easy drinking style wine, ideal choice for daily consumption.

    The name of the wine means "beauty" in vernacular (Ital. bellezza).

    Best served: 10-12C

    Pair with: white meat, fish and shellfish dishes, as well as to spicier dishes such as pesto, hard cheeses like Pag Island cheese

    apricot
    fig
    peach
    red apple
     

Beleca is a dry white wine. It is a blend of two autochthonous Croatian varieties: 50% Pošip and 50% Bogdanuša.

Bogdanuša is a grape variety native to Hvar Island. It produces light, delicate wines characterized by freshness and a floral aroma. It is planted on red soil which intensifies the freshness, which is why it pairs excellently with richer, full bodied wine produced by Pošip.

Originally from Korčula, Pošip has taken root elsewhere in Dalmatia, and has recently become popular on the international wine scene as one of the most praised Croatian grape varieties. 

In this synergy of Pošip and Bogdanuša, Pošip provides the strength, the typical varietal aromas of stone fruit (apricot and peach) and minerality, while Bogdanuša provides gentler floral aromas and freshness. The result is a southern wine full of character, but at the same time refreshing and vibrant. It is quite light in alcohol (approx. 12.5 %) which makes it a more easy drinking style wine, ideal choice for daily consumption.

The name of the wine means "beauty" in vernacular (Ital. bellezza).

Best served: 10-12C

Pair with: white meat, fish and shellfish dishes, as well as to spicier dishes such as pesto, hard cheeses like Pag Island cheese

apricot
fig
peach
red apple
 
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