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Edi Simcic Rebula Riserva Goriska Brda Slovenia 2013

Winemaker's Notes:

Virtually unknown in the U.S., the Rebula varietal is one of the oldest grapes from the Goriska Brda area, and it represents 35% of all vineyards in the zone. Not known for its breath-taking aromatics when young, Rebula shows subtle white blossoms on the nose, but with bottle aging, becomes simply remarkable, presenting pleasing citrus and apple on the nose. In fact, it is a fine ageworthy white wine, and will be even better in 10 years. Food Pairing: Seared sea scallops, pork roast, and char-grilled radicchio.

Region: Slovenia

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  • 2013

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Winery: Edi Simcic
Color: White
Variety: ribolla gialla
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Edi Simcic:
Edi Simcic Chardonnay, if you can find a fine restaurent Sommelier to order it for you, will not be a disappointment. It's a very complex blend of fruity (peaches & cream) after tastes but still has that Cakebread vineyards full-bodied oak buttery taste - absolutely wonderful. Produced in Slovenia. Good luck finding it.

Virtually unknown in the U.S., the Rebula varietal is one of the oldest grapes from the Goriska Brda area, and it represents 35% of all vineyards in the zone. Not known for its breath-taking aromatics when young, Rebula shows subtle white blossoms on the nose, but with bottle aging, becomes simply remarkable, presenting pleasing citrus and apple on the nose. In fact, it is a fine ageworthy white wine, and will be even better in 10 years. Food Pairing: Seared sea scallops, pork roast, and char-grilled radicchio.

Dietary Information: Organic


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