The color is dark, almost black with the purple gloss on the edges of glass. The smell of blueberry and plum jam and red berries. The body is full to medium, in the mouth very fruity, blackberry and cranberry, young and uncommon tannins,noticeable fruit acids. Very good balance, alcohole does not feel. Nice medium long finish with lot of plenty fruit acids.
The very successful “southern Serbian” mix of Vranc, Gamay and Merlot . Aromatic and very strong wine, need for food.
Perhaps only wine from the southern Serbian province Kosovo that maintained the quality 🙁 , maybe it is produced within the winery of Orthodox monastery Visoki Decani
Name : Manastirsko vino 2015
Style : dry red wine, 13,5 % alc.
Grape: blend : Vranac, Gamay, Merlot
Producer: The winery of Orthodox monastery Visoki Decani
Area: Velika Hoca, Orahovac, Kosovo area, Serbia
Price: 6-7 eur/ bottle 0.75l
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A powerful, highly aromatic story of man’s struggle against destiny. This wine has also bitter and sad fate, not in his own fault.