Kadarka 1880

Maurer Kadarka 1880 2015

Maurer, Sremska (Serbia)
Red (12.2%) , Organic
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Our Notes: Kadarka 1880 is a natural red from the oldest known Kadarka vineyard in the world. The vineyard is located in Serbia, on the border with Hungary and the vines were planted in 1880. Kadarka is a native Balkan grape, which, according to one theory, originates from the shores of Lake Skadar on the modern Albania-Montenegro border. The wine was made with no added yeast, fermented in open vat and aged in big old oak casks for 12 months. There is no added sulphur. Decant before serving to allow the wine to open up and release its bouquet.

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