Regional grape varieties

GrasevinaGrasevina ( Welschriesling, Rieisling Italico)

Grasevina is a white-wine grape variety grown throughout central and eastern Europe (in the territories where it was Austro-Hungarian monarchy)
Ripens in II epoch, high yield (16 000 kg/ha). Contains 14-18 percent of sugar and 8-10 g/l acidity, very reach with grape juice. High  resistant from frost.
Wines made from this variety are well floral-fruity whites with nice acidity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moslavac grapeMoslavac ( Furmint or Shipon)

Moslavac is a white-wine grape variety grown throughout central and eastern Europe .
Ripens in III epoch, high yield (14 000 kg/ha). Contains 20-24 percent of sugar and 7-9 g/l acidity, Medium resisten from frost.
Very popular in Hungary for the production of Tokaj. Gives the wine a rich aroma and rich alcohole, good structure for aging

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LisicinaLisicina

Lisicina (big fox) grape variety is a Balkan autochthonous grape cultivar ..(In Bulgaria PAMID or PLOVDINA, in Serbia DRENAK )

Ripens in II epoch, high yield (12 000 kg/ha). Contains 16-18 percent of sugar and 4-5 g/l acidity, very reach with grape juice. Low resisten from frost.

It produces low alcohol and low acidty wine, which is used for the blend whit Prokupac and Vranac in the rose and red wine. It is a variety traditionally that grown along with ‘Prokupac’ in the same vineyards.

 

 

 

 

 

Vranac grapeVranac

Vranac or Vranec (it means Black horse) is autochtonous grape variety from Balcan  (Montenegro,Macedonia.Bulgaria and south Serbia)
Ripens in III epoch, middle high yield (8 000 kg/ha). Contains 16-20 percent of sugar and I 5-8 g/l acidity, Medium   resistant to low temperatures,
It produces soft wine which has middle levels of acid, very fruitful .
Is widespread in south and central and eastern Serbia , area 3 Morave Knjazevac and Negotin

 

 

 

 

 

 
Portugizer grapePortugizer (Portugieser Blau)

Portugizer or PORTUGIESER BLAU is grape variety originating from Austria, but were adopted in Vojvodina in past.
Ripens in I epoch, high yield (12 000 kg/ha). Contains 16-20 percent of sugar and I 5-7 g/l acidity, Resistant to low temperatures,.
It produces soft wine with nice smel ,which has hight levels of acid, very fruitful . (Becouse it ripens very early , its wine is first wine in the year, seasonal , autumnal wines that drink young like bozolea.)
Early drinking reds with high acidity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kadarka grapeKADRAKA (Kadarka Blau)

Bulgaria it calls GAMZA. Or CADARC in Romania.
Regional (Hungarian ) grape variety which is whitespread in north of Vojvodina region and east of Central Serbia region.

In Ripens in III epoch, high yield (12 000 kg/ha). Contains 18-20 percent of sugar and I 5-6 g/l acidity,
It produces, very fruitful wine with specific nice  smell
Wine is dark red,  taninic and weighty.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blaufrankisc grapeFrankovka (BLAU FRAENKISCH, LIMBERGER BLAUER)

Frankovka grape variety is a central Europian grape variety.
Ripens in III epoch, very high yield (16 000 kg/ha). Contains 18-22 percent of sugar and I 6 9g/l acidity. Midle resistant to low temperatures and frosts.
It is grown mainly in the region of Vojvodina , and is used to for r aromatic dry red wines. and most often mixing with other wines from other varieties

 

 

 

 

 

 

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