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Vinification: Hand-harvest followed by a couple days of skin maceration and controlled cold fermentation between 16° C - 18° C in stainless steel (inox) tanks. Fermentation is done through high-grade (noncommercial) yeasts from Italy. The wine is aged for 8 months in stainless steel (inox) tanks, coarsely fined and filtered before bottling.
Tasting Notes: Pošip is an incredibly old indigenous Croatian varietal that dates back to the 4th century BC (!) that originally comes from the island of Korčula, just south of Hvar Island. This pošip has a straw-golden color, with denseness and minerality that leaves a thick trail in the glass. It is loaded with bright, full, and distinctive flavors, with aromas of dried apricots and figs.
Serve chilled with hearty and delicious meals such as lobster, shrimp, traditional Dalmatian scampi in brudet sauce, mussels prepared in a variety of ways, grilled white fish, as well as Dalmatian pršut (prosciutto), aged cheeses, and grilled juicy pork chops.
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