Trs means vine and because every fifth vine in the country is Graševina, this wine has been given the addition No 5.Read more...
Graševina is the most widely represented grape variety in Croatia and it is the country’s most famous white wine. It is a dry and very enjoyable wine, which has an honourable mention in the Dutch Perswijn Buyers Guide.
Winery: Enosophia (the new name of winery Feravino)
Grape: Graševina (aka Welschriesling)
Harvest: The grapes are picked by hand to ensure the quality of the harvest. They are then sorted out before entering the winery.
Vinification: Vinification in stainless steel tanks and malolactic fermentation for 12 days at 16 degrees Celsius. After that, the wine was left sur lie for another four months.
Taste: The wine is dry, soft and slightly buttery with a lively freshness typical of the Graševina grape. It is a very elegant wine with fruity aromas of citrus, accacia flower and a long intense aftertaste.
Serve with: Graševina goes well with salads, grilled meat, white meat, veal, pork or freshwater and sea fish dishes. This wine is also legendary with oysters and delicious with vegetable or fish risotto.
Ideal serving temperature: 8-12 degrees Celsius.
Alcohol percentage: 12.5%
Additional information: The region of Slavonia where this wine comes from is also called the Chablis of Croatia. The Panonic Sea was once here, all the way to Budapest in Hungary. The grapes here grow on clay soil, which is the ancient seabed. If you plow the ground, fossils and shells still come up. This gives the wines their minerality and they go well with everything from the sea, even if they come far from inland.