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Iločki Podrumi Chardonnay Selected 2013

Iločki Podrumi Chardonnay Selected 2013 is from one of the best producers on the Croatian Danube from the vineyards of Srijem in Slavonia with controlled geographic origin from the winery Iločki Podrumi. 

The Chardonnay Selected is a dry quality wine (kvalitetno suho wine). A bright straw yellow coloured wine, it shows ripe tropical notes with a hint of lemon and is refreshingly free from oak.  To taste it is fresh with lively flavours and good varietal character.  A Chardonnay for enjoying with friends, or with pasta, salads and light lunches. Serve chilled at a temperature of 10-12 ° C. Another delightfully fresh wine for the summer!

£9.95 £6.96

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Details

SKU: IP-CHARSEL-2013Country of origin: CroatiaWine Region: Slavonia & Croatian DanubeProducer: Iločki PodrumiWine Colour: White WinesGrape Variety: ChardonnaySweetness: DryVintage: 2013Volume: 750mlABV: 13%Residual Sugar: 1.7 g/lFree SO2: 30 mg/lTotal SO2: 121 mg/lTotal Dry Extract: 21.1 g/lTotal Acidity: 5.5 g/lVolatile Acidity: 0.5 g/l

Tasting Notes

Iločki Podrumi Chardonnay Selected 2013, is a quality wine from the Croatian Danube region of Croatia. 

A good crisp, fresh and acidic wine, which can be easily enjoyed on its own. This refreshingly unoaked chardonnay lets the true flavours and aromas of the grape shine through, whilst showing some of the Croatain style for this variety. 

If you want a light style Chardonnay for drinking by the pool, look no further. 

“Taste the place” 

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