Madirazza - Bronze medal winner: Madirazza, Pošip 2013

Madirazza Pošip is a premium dry white wine made from an indigenous Dalmatian grape. These Pošip grapes grow on the island of Korčula, which is located next to the Peljesac peninsula where the winery is located.

Description: Madirazza Pošip is a premium dry white wine made from an indigenous Dalmatian grape. These Pošip grapes grow on the island of Korčula, which is located next to the Peljesac peninsula where the winery is located. This peninsula north of Dubrovnik is one of the most famous wine regions of Croatia.

Grape: Pošip

Type: Dry white wine

Taste: Madirazza Pošip is a premium dry white wine. it has a very intense refreshing pleasant aroma. The herbal tone of hay and camomile is blended with sweet fruit and a light refreshing flowery citrus tone. The flavour is juicy, playful and strong. The fantastic balance of the fruity aroma with a slight tone of bitterness gives the wine a long finish.

Serve with: Pošip goes very well with fish and shellfish such as mussels and oysters.

Serving temperature: 10-12 degrees Celsius.

Alcohol percentage: 13,5%.

Extra information: This wine has won many awards, including a bronze medal at the IWC in London.

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