Located at the same geographic latitude as the major French wine making regions, Serbia is a country of great wine producing potential. Back in the 19th century it was a significant wine producer in Europe. The philoxera, world wars and the years under the Communist regime have devastated the vineyards. It is only in the last 10 years that the wine industry is gaining positive momentum with small wineries taking the lead. The quantity of these wines is fairly low, but the quality is getting better every year with some exceptional wines getting into the market and winning international awards.
– Description from Тодор Цеков
Let it breath at least for 30 minutes otherwise you may feel too much candies and even metal. The aroma is full of sweet red apples and candies. Taste is well balanced and just a bit jammy with nice oak barrel aftertaste.
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