Pullus Haložan White Blend
3 in stock
Region: Štajerska, Slovenia
Varieties: Welschriesling, Riesling, Chardonnay, Furmint, Pinot Blanc
Pullus Haložan White Blend offers us a good mix of fresh floral aromatics, which combines with shades of fruit, especially apples. Clean pleasant aromatics lead to freshness in the mouth because the wine is light, youthful, and distinctly fruity. Haložan blend is one of the most traditional local wines in Štajerska. It is made for daily consumption, a simple, fresh field blend of local white grapes. There is no specific formula to this blend, it is slightly different every year. What is consistent is the fact that it is one of the most popular wines in Slovenia
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About Pullus Haložan White Blend
Pullus Haložan White Blend offers us a good mix of fresh floral aromatics, which combines with shades of fruit, especially apples.
About Ptujska Klet Winery
Ptujska Klet winery cellars have been making and aging wine since 1239. That’s a long time! Located under the historic town of Ptuj founded by the Romans, the Ptuj Cellar is one of the oldest in Europe. Above the town, one can find a state-of-the-art modern winery. The winery focuses on vinifying fresh, cool climate wines that the Štajerska region is famous for. Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir thrive here. These grapes produce vibrant, elegant, and fruit-forward wines. The casual, light blend known as Haložan is a fun local wine often used for wine spritzers. It is traditionally made by mixing it with sparkling water.
About the Vineyards
The terrain of the entire Štajerska region consists of steep-sloped vineyards in narrow, wind-rich hill valleys. There is a diverse geological soil composition here. It consists mainly of sand and clay with marl in the lower layers. The vineyards spread out over the growing sites of Haloze Hills and Slovenske Gorice. There is no irrigation. All the vineyards follow the integrated farming guidelines of Slovenia.