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White wines from Croatia

Looking for Croatian white wine? The indigenous grape varieties for white wine in Croatia are definitely worth trying. We have already brought some beautiful wines to the Netherlands so you don't have to look any further and wait a long time for delivery.

Croatia has indigenous grape varieties for white wine: Istarska Malvazija, Pošip, Grk or Graševina. But in addition, the successful "world grapes" Chardonnay and Sauvignon-Blanc are also common. Even the Gewürztraminer that you normally find in the French Alsace and northern Italy matures beautifully in Slavonia.

Looking for Croatian white wine? The indigenous grape varieties for white wine in Croatia are definitely worth trying. We have already brought some beautiful wines to the Netherlands so you don't have to look any further and wait a long time for delivery.

Croatia has indigenous grape varieties for white wine: Istarska Malvazija, Pošip, Grk or Graševina. But in addition, the successful "world grapes" Chardonnay and Sauvignon-Blanc are also common. Even the Gewürztraminer that you normally find in the French Alsace and northern Italy matures beautifully in Slavonia.

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Climate, grape variety and other influences

Croatia also has a different climate, depending on where you are. From Mediterranean sea climate to land or even alpine climate. Varieties that are very suitable for, say, Istria and Dalmatia but would develop much less well in eastern Croatia (Slavonia, Plešivica). And so the east also has varieties that would not be suitable elsewhere.

Istria

In Istria, the Malvazija has a local variant of this Mediterranean grape, namely the Istrian Malvazija. These are alcoholic wines with beautiful aromas that can be used with many dishes due to its versatility. As a mono-cépage and also as a combination with Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Grigio also as Orange wine. Try the wines of producers such as Clai, Kozlović, Coronica or Veralda and imagine yourself on a sunny terrace in Istria!

Central and South Dalmatia

From this part of Croatia comes one of the oldest grape varieties in the world for white wine, the Pošip. Originally from the island of Korčula off the coast of Croatia but now planted along the entire coast of Dalmatia. We have several renowned wineries in our range such as Testament Winery, Black Island Winery, Zlatan Otok and Jako Vino Stina. Less known is also the grape Grk from the house Bire which recently achieved a high score (91) in Decanter. Grk is a grape variety indigenous to the island of Korčula. It grows almost exclusively on the south side of the island, around the town of Lumbarda. The wine is waxy and salty and is only made in small batches so don't wait too long and order! In the past, the indigenous grape Maraština was used as a medicine. Its deep golden color, scent of almond blossom, ripe pear and meadow flowers must be beneficial even today! Winery Ante Sladić is our producer.

Slavonia

Different climate, different grapes, different wine. Croatia is a diverse country. In Slavonia, the indigenous Croatian grape used is the Graševina, either as a mono-cépage or in combination with Riesling, Sauvignon-Blanc, Pinot Gris and Gewürztraminer. Don't be surprised if the bottle in your hand is already from vintage 2016 or earlier, these wines can age beautifully as they age.

Plešivica

The vineyards of Zagreb, not far from the city. In these vineyards no indigenous grapes but the well-known world grapes. No less delicious because on the contrary very innovative. Unfiltered, amphora, 'sur lie', orange wine or a Brut Nature, everything is possible! Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Riesling and of course Pinot Noir for the bubbles. As an aperitif, with seafood starters, fragrant risotto, oysters or to toast a wedding, anniversary, birthday or birth. Wow, when do we leave?

Medjimurje

In the far north of Croatia, against the border of Hungary and Slovenia and not far from Austria, we find this wine region. Pinot Sivi (Gris) or Pušipel from the Štampar winery are our best sellers in terms of value for money. Ideal with oysters, seafood, salads and the Sivi even with roasted white meat.

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Bire Grk
BireGrk
€36,95
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Radovanovic Igor OPG Grk 2021
Radovanovic Igor OPGGrk 2021
€29,95
Black Island Winery Merga Victa Pošip
Black Island WineryMerga Victa Pošip
€16,50
Kozlović Muskat Momjanski
KozlovićMuskat Momjanski
€17,95
Buhač Graševina 2022
BuhačGraševina 2022
€9,30
Veralda Xtriana
VeraldaXtriana
€15,50
Clai Baracija Malvazija
ClaiBaracija Malvazija
€21,95
Testament Pošip Zenit
TestamentPošip Zenit
€27,95
Kozlović Malvazija
KozlovićMalvazija
€18,95

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White wines from Croatia

Climate, grape variety and other influences

Croatia also has a different climate, depending on where you are. From Mediterranean sea climate to land or even alpine climate. Varieties that are very suitable for, say, Istria and Dalmatia but would develop much less well in eastern Croatia (Slavonia, Plešivica). And so the east also has varieties that would not be suitable elsewhere.

Istria

In Istria, the Malvazija has a local variant of this Mediterranean grape, namely the Istrian Malvazija. These are alcoholic wines with beautiful aromas that can be used with many dishes due to its versatility. As a mono-cépage and also as a combination with Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Grigio also as Orange wine. Try the wines of producers such as Clai, Kozlović, Coronica or Veralda and imagine yourself on a sunny terrace in Istria!

Central and South Dalmatia

From this part of Croatia comes one of the oldest grape varieties in the world for white wine, the Pošip. Originally from the island of Korčula off the coast of Croatia but now planted along the entire coast of Dalmatia. We have several renowned wineries in our range such as Testament Winery, Black Island Winery, Zlatan Otok and Jako Vino Stina. Less known is also the grape Grk from the house Bire which recently achieved a high score (91) in Decanter. Grk is a grape variety indigenous to the island of Korčula. It grows almost exclusively on the south side of the island, around the town of Lumbarda. The wine is waxy and salty and is only made in small batches so don't wait too long and order! In the past, the indigenous grape Maraština was used as a medicine. Its deep golden color, scent of almond blossom, ripe pear and meadow flowers must be beneficial even today! Winery Ante Sladić is our producer.

Slavonia

Different climate, different grapes, different wine. Croatia is a diverse country. In Slavonia, the indigenous Croatian grape used is the Graševina, either as a mono-cépage or in combination with Riesling, Sauvignon-Blanc, Pinot Gris and Gewürztraminer. Don't be surprised if the bottle in your hand is already from vintage 2016 or earlier, these wines can age beautifully as they age.

Plešivica

The vineyards of Zagreb, not far from the city. In these vineyards no indigenous grapes but the well-known world grapes. No less delicious because on the contrary very innovative. Unfiltered, amphora, 'sur lie', orange wine or a Brut Nature, everything is possible! Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Riesling and of course Pinot Noir for the bubbles. As an aperitif, with seafood starters, fragrant risotto, oysters or to toast a wedding, anniversary, birthday or birth. Wow, when do we leave?

Medjimurje

In the far north of Croatia, against the border of Hungary and Slovenia and not far from Austria, we find this wine region. Pinot Sivi (Gris) or Pušipel from the Štampar winery are our best sellers in terms of value for money. Ideal with oysters, seafood, salads and the Sivi even with roasted white meat.

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