Grasevina

First up were eight Croatian Grasevinas. Despite my reservations, I found myself enjoying most of them. We tasted vertical pairs of wines from 2012 and 2013. Particularly enjoyed the wines from:

Belje-Grasevina-VRH-0-218x654Vina Belje – the 2013 was fragrant, lemony with nice minerality and playful acids, the 2012 was a creamy, mature wine to keep, with notes of bitterness, tropical fruits and vanilla

PREMIUM-GRAVinarija Antunovic – 2013 was a light fruity, flowery tipple with hints of white peach and a slight bitterness at the end, 2010 was a full-bodied, off-dry, late harvest wine, an aromatic concoction of yellow flowers and tropical fruit with a rich creamy nose.

Quite impressed so far.

 

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