Plavac Mali Barrique is one of the showpieces of Vinarija Madirazza. The wine is made from the famous Plavac Mali grape that grows mainly on Peljesac. The wine is aged in barrels made of new oak from France.
Description: Plavac Mali Barrique is one of the showpieces of Vinarija Madirazza, a winery on the Peljesac peninsula, north of Dubrovnik. The wine is made from the famous Plavac Mali grape that grows mainly on Peljesac. The wine is aged in barrels made of new oak from France, which gives the wine this unique taste.
Grape: Plavac Mali Taste: Madirazza Plavac Mali Barrique has a very complex and unique combination of flavours such as sweet plum jam and baked cherries that blend with dried figs, vanilla, cloves, black tea and a mild hint of coffee. The flavour is a unique rich combination of harmony and strength. It is a little sweet, thanks to the mild acids and strong alcohol content, which emphasises the sweet taste.
Serve with: Various cheeses and dishes with veal or pork.
Serving temperature: 18 degrees Celsius.
Alcohol percentage: 13,5.%.
Extra information: Plavac Mali Barrique is ready to drink now but is also a wine which will improve with age. If properly stored, this wine develops its full potential with age.
The wine has won many awards, including a silver medal at the IWC in London.