168. Indigo 2017 – Plavinci winery

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On July 18, 2020
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Indigo 2017 Plavinci wineryColor dark purple, almost black (so Indigo). The scent of blackberry jam, in the background lavender and herbs. Full body. In the mouth densely but with delicate texture, slightly slow, taste of black berries and dark chocolate. Noticeable tannins,good balanced. Medium length finish, fruity – spicy. Serious wine looking for food, preferably lamb. Open at least 60 minutes before serving. Classified as organic – vegan safe
What else? Well everything with this wine is extraordinary, starting with the winemaker himself. Rumor has that Mr. Andjelic was IT expert, amateur boxer, journalist, co-minister in the first democratic Serbian government … At one moment he decided to start over as a winemaker, on the slopes of the Danube River not far from Belgrade. From the beginning, he has been forcing organic production, with Regent red (the only one in Serbia) and Panonia white, both new clone cultivar. Looks like the this choice was good, now Plavinci winery has 4 very exotic wines on offer, and from recently they also working wine tourism . As a reminder of the old web-warriors days , there is a their web site ,the best and most informative winery web site that I have ever seen, done in 12 languages, with a web shop.

Name : Indigo 2017
Style : dry red wine, 13.5% alc.
Grape: Regent 100%
Producer: Plavinci winery , http://www.plavinci.rs/
Area: Grocka, Beograd area , Central Serbia
Price: 15 eur/ bottle 0.75l

 

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Regent grape

regent grape

hybrid varieties made by in the Institute for Vine Breeding on the Geilweilerhof (near Siebeldingen) Germany. Crossing by (Silvaner x Müller-Thurgau) x Chambourcin. Planteds began 1985.In the list of varieties from 1996. Early ripening,a high resistance to winter frosts and a good resistance to downy mildew, oidium and botrytis therefore reducing the need for chemical plant protection.

 

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