The Korenika & Moškon, Sulne is a macerated mixture of Malvazija Istarska, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay. Dark amber color, it actually looks like an amber colored gemstone.
👃 Quince, dried dates and figs, nutmeg, broth and lots of cognac notes. In my experience, these types of aromas are only found in white, long-macerated, and oak-aged wines.
👅 Quince, apricots, peach jam, black tea, orange peel. The tannins are strong but nicely rounded. One might expect a wine that has been aged in wood for so long to be heavy and overripe, but that is not the case. This wine retains a lot of freshness and energy.
The grapes come from the two cru vineyards Paderno and Pod Kortinca, which are cultivated according to biodynamic principles. After hand-picking, the fruits were macerated in stainless steel tanks for 45 days. Then the wine was aged in large oak barrels for 6 years (!) (12 months on the lees). The wine was bottled without filtration or stabilization.
Good with barbecue, pasta, steak. Serve at 10-12 ° C.
45 days on the skins (maceration), without pressing. Fermentation: inox (stainless steel), indigenous yeasts; malolactic fermentation with autochthonous bacteria. Maturation: 12 months on the lees in oak barrels, total in barrels: 6 years.
The wine is unfiltered. Production: biodynamic - Demeter certification.
Aging potential: 2021-2035