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    This excellent example of Istrian Malvasia grows in the West Istrian region on the flysch, limestone, clay soil vineyards. The grapes are harvested and selected by hand and the wine is aged for 7 months in inox. It's known to be medium body, with aromas and flavours of ripe stone fruits such as peach, apricot and lemon, followed by herbal aroma of fresh sage (classic malvasia scent). It's best consumed young and fresh, but has an aging potential of 3-4 years. Best served at 10-12 C. Serve it with risottos, white fish, salmon, scallops, poultry, or pasta with creamy sauces.

This excellent example of Istrian Malvasia grows in the West Istrian region on the flysch, limestone, clay soil vineyards. The grapes are harvested and selected by hand and the wine is aged for 7 months in inox. It's known to be medium body, with aromas and flavours of ripe stone fruits such as peach, apricot and lemon, followed by herbal aroma of fresh sage (classic malvasia scent). It's best consumed young and fresh, but has an aging potential of 3-4 years. Best served at 10-12 C. Serve it with risottos, white fish, salmon, scallops, poultry, or pasta with creamy sauces.

Kozlovic Malvazija 2017

One of the top examples of Istrian Malvasia. This dry white wine fits so well throughout your whole meal.

SKU : 2018022

Kozlovic Malvazija 2017
Kozlovic Malvazija 2017 €15,50
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1-3 days
€15,50

    This excellent example of Istrian Malvasia grows in the West Istrian region on the flysch, limestone, clay soil vineyards. The grapes are harvested and selected by hand and the wine is aged for 7 months in inox. It's known to be medium body, with aromas and flavours of ripe stone fruits such as peach, apricot and lemon, followed by herbal aroma of fresh sage (classic malvasia scent). It's best consumed young and fresh, but has an aging potential of 3-4 years. Best served at 10-12 C. Serve it with risottos, white fish, salmon, scallops, poultry, or pasta with creamy sauces.

This excellent example of Istrian Malvasia grows in the West Istrian region on the flysch, limestone, clay soil vineyards. The grapes are harvested and selected by hand and the wine is aged for 7 months in inox. It's known to be medium body, with aromas and flavours of ripe stone fruits such as peach, apricot and lemon, followed by herbal aroma of fresh sage (classic malvasia scent). It's best consumed young and fresh, but has an aging potential of 3-4 years. Best served at 10-12 C. Serve it with risottos, white fish, salmon, scallops, poultry, or pasta with creamy sauces.

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