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    The Dalmatian dog 2018

    Merk: Testament
    € 11,95 In stock: 1-2 days
    Variety: Babić
    Type: Dry red, organic, vegan
    Vintage: 2018
    Winemaker: Testament
    Region: Central Dalmatia
    Alcohol: 14%
    Best served: 16-18°C
    Pairing: meat, pasta dishes, cheese, duck, lasagna... Show more
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    Product description

    Fruity, medium-bodied wine with lively freshness and firm structure. It has ruby color and aromas of ripe red cherry and Dalmatian herbs. Aged only in stainless steal, Dalmatian dog is terroir-driven, vibrant and full of life. Made by enologist Juraj Sladić who's famous for making pure, terroir driven and well balanced wines.  

    The Babić grapes are grown at Testament Winery’s 47 hectare organic vineyard. The manual harvest took place middle of September. Fermentation with skin contact lasted 7 days. The wine has gone through spontaneous malolactic fermentation. Aged in stainless steel tanks in order to preserve fruit and freshness.

    About Babic grape variety:
    Babić is the local Dalmatian red grape variety, originating from the UNESCO-protected Bucavac vineyard only 10 km from Testament Winery. The Testament vineyard, planted 10 years ago, is located on hills sloping down towards the Adriatic Sea, providing a permanent breeze that is evident in the wines. The vines grow in harsh conditions – in limestone karst with less than 20% soil – thus committing themselves to producing premium grapes.





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