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Traminac Red Amber Selection


It is a beautiful amber color that shows that the berries of Traminer fermented in their own juice for months and then extracted from the skin those dark tones in a very clear and typically dark for white wine produced by technology thousands of years old which we now call long maceration.

Amber is a fossilized resin of wood and often contains captured insects and other small animals and parts of plants. This wine seems to have caught the setting sun at the end of a warm spring day.
That’s what it smells like. Enchanting. You can feel the rose, by which all Traminers are recognizable, but as if soaked in a solution of slightly bitter honey and spiced with a mixture of cinnamon, vanilla and hot peppers and decorated with pieces of ripe quince and pear. This fragrance is not as aggressive as the wines from the fragrant Traminer, another clone of the variety named after the town of Tramin in the Italian region of Alto Adige, the Austrians would say Südtirol, and it gives excellent wines in the French Alsace. This Traminer smells very reminiscent of the gentler, but also appreciated South Tyrolean.

Its taste changes in the glass minute by minute, just as the wine in the bottle changes from month to month. But it’s fine whenever you try it, and its constant is freshness. As for food, he is friends with roasts like veal, Adriatic squid from a kilogram upwards under the roast, and even a good piece of beef, preferably aged, with some asparagus grilled. But he himself is excellent company. Not cold, but in a wide glass in which the best Burgundy white wines are served.

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About the winery
We have dedicated our lives to the production of top quality wine to satisfy the most demanding and refined palates. Wine production is no ordinary business. A lot of love, effort and work has been invested in it in order for every drop to be brought to perfection, in the full sense of the word. The tradition of viticulture of our family goes far back in history. In the very beginning, it was based on old domicile varieties, and the cultivation form was "Old Croatian, with a stake". By monitoring and introducing new technologies and trends, old plantations are restored and new, introduced varieties are introduced. Thus, in the early 1990s, old vineyards were replaced by varieties that are still grown on the farm today. We are one of the first farms in the Plešivica region to fill the first bottles of wine shortly afterwards under our own label and label of controlled geographical origin. as well as at the state level.

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