Wine bundle of three excellent Slovenian wines - TOP 3
Ferjančič, Sv. Martin, Petrič
Sveti Martin 2016 is an autochthonous vine in the Slovenia Vipava region. It was first mentioned in 1324. It is not known that Pinela is grown anywhere else today except in the Vipava Valley. According to official records from 2008) pinela is planted on 50 ha. The vines are best suited to poor marl soils in higher sun positions. Planina nad Ajdovščino is considered to be the central production area of Pinela, as there are many suitable locations in the vicinity of this village.
Zelèn wine from Slovenia is an autochthonous variety from the upper Vipava Valley. Zelen wine has a delicate aroma of floral-fruity perception, complemented by Mediterranean spices (lavender, rosemary). The wine has a full and noble body and the right amount of freshness and softness. The fullness of the taste testifies to the rich composition of the extract, which is manifested in the mouth for a long time by releasing sweet-sour perceptions in a nice balance. Impression after a sip - a slow departure confirms the rich composition and harmony of the wine.
That is the main Slovenian Merlot. The right measure of the sun and two years of care in oak barrels give birth to an exceptional Merlot. The wine is an intense garnet red color with ruby hues. The smell is reminiscent of forest fruits and prunes and transitions to the scents of vanilla and roasted coffee. Soft and rounded tannin give the wine fullness and elegance of taste.
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