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Zlatan Otok Bilo Idro Marina Cuvee

$22.00

5 in stock

Vintage: 2020
Region: Šibenik, Dalmatia, Croatia
Viticulture: Practicing Organic
Grape varieties: A blend of indigenous varietals varies depending on vintage

Zlatan Otok Bilo Idro Marina Cuvee is a fresh, crisp, and mineral-driven white that is meant to capture drinking on the Adriatic coast.

Song: Blue Blue Sea by Mark Lanegan

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5 in stock

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ABOUT THE PRODUCER

About Zlatan Otok Bilo Idro Marina Cuvee

Zlatan Otok Bilo Idro Marina Cuvee is a fresh, crisp, and mineral-driven white that is meant to capture the carefree Dalmatian drinking style of sitting dockside at Bilo Idro and enjoying seafood while watching the crystalline Adriatic over the stones. Crisp, refreshing, and undeniably Dalmatian mineral finish!

A blend of indigenous varietals varies depending on vintage (usually Bogdanuša, Pošip, Maraština, Prč.) Organic. No irrigation, minimal amount of spraying in Spring and mid-Summer months, with small amounts of powdered sulfites and occasionally copper. Hand-harvest followed by a couple of days of skin maceration and controlled cold fermentation in stainless steel (inox) tanks. Each variety is fermented separately, and the final blend is created prior to bottling. The wine is aged for 6 months in stainless steel (inox) tanks, coarsely fined and filtered.

Enjoy with a seafood bar, fresh salads, or whatever works, just sipping while laying out near any beautiful body of water.

About Zlatan Otok

In 1991 Zlatan Otok winery became the second private winery in Croatia after the country declared its independence. Established by Zlatan Plenković in a picturesque fishing village called Sveta Nedjelja on the Island of Hvar, today Zlatan Otok is one of the largest private wineries in Croatia. Zlatan had big dreams and worked very hard. His legacy of hard work, entrepreneurial persistence, and dedication to traditional winemaking is now continued by his sons, Nikola and Marin, and winemaker Davor.