Cesarica is the empress among the white blends from the island of Hvar and awarded a gold medal at the Balkans International Wine Competition.Read more...
The Cesarica is made by the Carić family, which you pronounce as 'Tsarich' and means empress. The wine is called Cesarica (Tsésáritsá), which means empress because it is made from a unique blend of the best Dalmatian grapes. This wine by winemaker Ivo Carić is therefore the empress among the white blends of the island of Hvar.
Pronunciation: Winá Tsárítsj Tsésáritsá
Winery: Vina Caric
Region: Hvar, Dalmatia
Grape: Bogdanuša, Pošip, Maraština, Prč and Muškat Žuti
Taste: In this light straw yellow wine you can smell a lot of minerals, yellow fruit and dried flowers. In the taste you also get a lot of yellow fruit, mature citrus and a light touch of marzipan.
Serve with: Cesarica goes well with chicken and poultry, pasta and risotto with seafood, fish dishes with dill, shrimp and squid.
Ideal serving temperature: 12 degrees Celsius.
Type of wine: Dry white quality wine
Vinification details: Cold fermentation with specially grown yeast in stainless steel tanks. No malolactic fermentation to preserve freshness and acidity.
Content: 0.75 l
Alcohol percentage: 12.5% vol.
Details: The 2020 vintage has been awarded a golden medal at the Balkans International Wine Competition.
The original label of the wine was designed by the famous Croatian painter Edo Murtic. His original design was later adapted by noted Zagreb designer Nenad Dogan.