Vina Carić - Plavac Carić

Wine has been made on the Dalmatian island of Hvar since the ancient Greeks settled there long before Christ. The Plavac Mali grape is a daughter of the Crljenak Kaštelanski and is an ancient sister of the Primitivo and the Zinfandel.

Wine has been made on the Dalmatian island of Hvar since the ancient Greeks settled there long before Christ. The Plavac Mali grape is a daughter of the Crljenak Kaštelanski and is an ancient sister of the Primitivo and the Zinfandel.
Winery: Vina Carić
Region: Hvar, Dalmatia
Grape: Plavac Mali
Vintage: 2010
Bottle size: 0,75 l
Taste: In the beautiful dark red Plavac of Vina Carić you get the pure taste of this old grape. It is characterized by lots of plums, a bit of sour cherries and gorgeous tannins.
Serve with: The wine pairs perfectly with red meat or hard cheeses
Serving temperature: 18 degrees Celsius.
Alcohol percentage: 14,3% vol.
Acidity: 5,0 g/l
Sugar: 5,4 g/l
Vinification: Fermentation on natural yeasts. Maceration for five to six days. Aging in large oak barrels, then in stainless steel tanks.
Extra information: The grapes grow on the young (7 years) Zavala vineyards on the south side of the Adriatic island of Hvar. The ancient Greeks founded the Pharos colony (Hvar) in 384 BC on the spot where the town of Stari Grad now lies.
The famous Croatian painter Edo Murtic designed the original label of the wine. The well-known Zagreb designer Nenad Dogan later adapted his original design.

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