Povh 2018 Orange rebulaPovh 2018 Orange rebula


1 X 750 ml
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Orange rebula could be described as a very demanding, complex wine with a characteristic very intense aroma of figs, and as it matures in acacia barrels it develops a very nice aroma of dried fruit and spices.


Slovenia - Vipava Valley
Wine Type
Orange wine



Bitter but fresh

Nutrition 100g
13 %
Length 0,17CM
Width 0,14CM
Height 0,39CM
Weight 1,58KG
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Recommended use
Food: Hard cheese, white polenta, red meat.
Color: intense yellow with orange accents. Aroma: intense aroma of figs.
Product description

The taste of the wine is something special, because unlike ordinary (unmacerated) rebula, orange wine uses the process of longer (14 days) temperature-controlled maceration. Maceration means the contact of the must with the strawberry skin, seeds and strawberry meat for a certain period of time. During this time, fermentation takes place at a controlled temperature at the same time. The taste of the wine is somewhat astringent, as the wine develops a high content of tannins during the maceration process, and at the same time the freshness and liveliness of the wine, which is characteristic of the Rebula variety, is very noticeable. Vinification: For the orange wine, we use the ribula variety, which belongs to the middle late varieties. In doing so, we are very careful to achieve the appropriate ripeness of the grapes, as we want the highest possible alcohol level, which acts as a natural protector of wine. Precisely because of this, the residual sugar level is very low, as we want the sugar to be converted into alcohol. The rebula intended for orange wine is harvested in October. The grapes are picked in the early morning hours when the temperature is still low and immediately brought to the cellar for further processing. Once the grapes are brought to the cellar, the process of separating the strawberries from the stalks is followed using a stalker and pumping the grape mash into a tub, where maceration and fermentation will take place for the next 14 days. After maceration, the grape mash is pressed in a press and the young wine is poured into new acacia barrels, where the wine will mature for the next 12 months and give the wine a very special, slightly bitter taste with a high tannin content, reminiscent of almonds.

Marko Monday, 13 July 2020
I highly recommended, very good wine...
Darko Fatur Sunday, 12 July 2020
Very good a trendy wine with excellent taste