Matusko Postup 2014

This is a typical varietal example of Supreme Quality (Vrhunsko) Plavac Mali from vineyards of the Postup appellation. The vines are grown on the steep seaward facing slopes, next to the famous EU Protected Domain of Origin, Dingač.

Matusko winery is situated in Potomje, perched on the top of the cliffs of the Pelješac Peninsular. The peninsular lies roughly half way between Split and Dubrovnik in the wine region of Dalmatia. 

The wines called Postup and Dingač are both made from the Plavac Mali grape. They are distinguished in name due to the location of the vineyards along the steep rocky coastal cliffs which are a little north and south respectively of Potomje. Dingač is the prized region, but Postup wines offer excellent value for this much loved Dalmatian red wine.

£24.00

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Details

SKU: MAT-POSTUP-2014Country of origin: CroatiaWine Region: DalmatiaProducer: MatuškoWine Colour: Red WinesGrape Variety: Plavac MaliSweetness: DryVintage: 2014Volume: 750mlABV: 13.5%Residual Sugar: 1.5 g/lFree SO2: 17 mg/lTotal SO2: 101 mg/lTotal Dry Extract: 24.5 g/lTotal Acidity: 4.1 g/lVolatile Acidity: 0.5 g/l

Tasting Notes

Matšuko Postup 2014 is a beautiful example of Plavac Mail from the Pelješac Peninsular.

This wine is a dark purple red color with blue reflections. On the nose, the typical dusty aromas of the Plavac Mali variety is combined with dark cherry and vanilla aromas. On the palate it has medium-high acidity, with flavours of dark cherries, forest fruits, vanilla and dark chocolate, with well integrated tannins.

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