Ćilibar – organic white wine

Cilibar 1
  • 2022 harvest
  • Maceration 3 days
  • Fermentation on wild yeast
  • Maturation on the lies 6 months
  • Unfiltered.
  • Total acidity 6,13 g/l
  • Sugar 1,75 g/l
  • Alcohol 13%
  • Nutritional information

Ćilibar (pronounced chilly-bar) is a dry certified organic white wine from Panonia grapes. It is a cross of Riesling on one side and Bianca on the other. It is grown without any spraying in most years.

Aromas of quince, wild pear and hazelnuts dominate in the beginning, while after some exposure to the air and after warming up a bit in a glass candied orange and lemon peel as well as some smokiness come to light. Medium body, medium long finish.

Ćilibar should be served not too cold. Keep it in the fridge and then let it warm to about 9ᴼC in the glass. Aeration will help it develop its full aromas.

It goes well with richer food, oily fish, fowl in white sauce, pasta carbonara, roast pork. Excellent with Asian dishes, especially spicy ones. Serve with very sweet, white deserts (such as baklava)

Ćilibar may contain some sediment and CO2 in the bottle.

Selena – organic orange wine

Selena, organic orange wine
  • 2022 harvest
  • Maceration 6 days
  • Fermentation on wild yeast
  • Maturation on the lies 6 months
  • Unfiltered.
  • Total acidity 6 g/l
  • Sugar 1,3 g/l
  • Alcohol 13%
  • Nutritional Information

Selena is certified organic orange wine from the grape variety Tamjanika that is endemic to Serbia, Macedonia and Bulgaria. “Selena”, apart from being a beautiful female name, means Moon in Greek and this name and the picture of full moon on the label is a tribute to biodynamic principles applied in growing Tamjanika that goes into Selena.

Golden color comes from prolonged skin contact and suggest richness in aromas and taste. The expectation is fully satisfied with aromas of ripe peaches, apricots and a hint of dried hay. After a while, elderberry starts to dominate, typical for Tamjanika variety.

Full bodied with ample acidity Selena has a long finish, with aftertaste of roasted hazelnuts and walnuts, with just a hint of astringency.

Selena improves with aeration and decanting it an hour before drinking will give the best satisfaction to all the senses.

Selena served with food is best enjoyed not too cold, at 9ᴼC-11ᴼC. For aperitif it should be somewhat chiled, at 7ᴼC -9ᴼC. Pair it with goat cheese, as well as those with blue and green mold, skewered lamb, grilled squid and chocolate mousse.

Selena may contain some sediment and CO2 in the bottle.

Indigo – organic red wine

Indigo, organic red wine
  • 2020 harvest
  • Maceration 14 days
  • Fermentation on wild yeast
  • Maturation on the lies 18 months
  • Maturation in bottle 6 months
  • Unfiltered.
  • Total acidity 7,6 g/l
  • Sugar 2,4 g/l
  • Alcohol 13%
  • Nutritional information

Indigo is a modern certified organic red wine from Regent grapes. At opening, blackberries and sour cherries dominate, while secondary aromas of pomegranate develop after some aeration. It has a full mouthfeel and soft tannins, but with enough acidity to be refreshing.

The wine is aged until its ready – between 12 and 18 months depending on the year. It stays bottled for another 6 months before it is released for sale.

Indigo goes well with roasted game or fowl, red meats, curries, stews, strong sauces (including spicy hot) and with dark chocolate based deserts. Indigo needs to be decanted and allowed to breathe at least an hour before enjoyment. It is best served at 16ºC – 18ºC.

Good boy Bruno – organic orange pét nat

Good boy Bruno, organic orange pét nat
    • 2022 harvest
    • Initial fermentation 12 days on wild yeast
    • Continued fermentation in the bottle and maturation on the lees for six months
    • Unfined and unfiltered. Contains sediment.
    • Total acidity 7,8 g/l
    • Sugar 18 g/l
    • Alcohol 13%
    • Nutritional information

Good boy Bruno is refreshing and fun certified organic orange Pét Nat sparkling wine made from Tamyanika grapes. It is based on Selena from which it inherited floral aromas, mainly elderberry.

Good boy Bruno is primarily intended for opening up the apetite before some serious food, or for sipping all day in a good company. But, its orange origin resulted in a substantial body and it can be paired with various foods just as well. It is slightly sweet, but with ample acidity to cover it. It is best served brutally cold.