59. Kremen 2013 – Matalj winery

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On September 1, 2016
Last modified:February 24, 2017

Summary:

Cabernet 2013 Matalj wineryColor dark ruby red. Smell : dark berries ,cherry and a little oak. The body is medium , very fruity,aromas of blueberry, blackberry and cherry.  Also pepper, discreet oak wood and incense in background. Little bit fruit acids, Noticeable tannin, medium strong and good rounded Nice finish, milder, velvety and fruity with some resinous spices at background.

What else? Favorite Cabernet Souvignon here. Many claim that it is the best too. The high quality of its wine becomes a tradition.

Vintage 2011 was a little less fruit and more felt the impact of spice, but also nice, strong and drinkable.
Kremen 2012 was something special We have not been drinking something so delicious, balanced, but full of power of Cabernet variety. (and what we value most, without oak :))
Vintage 2014 have a thin body, but the “Kremen” style is still recognizable, and most aromatic characteristics were preserved. This year has been very bad for winemakers.. Eagerly waiting for the vintage 2015.

 

Name : Kremen 2013
Style : dry red wine, 13 % alc. 12 month bariquee
Grape: Cabernet Souvignon 100 %
Producer: Matalj winery http://www.mataljvinarija.rs/
Area: Negotin, Central Serbia
Price: 8-10 eur/ bottle 0.75l

*** krremen mean  flint stone ***

 

 

 

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