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Tikves Wines Special Selection Vranec 2015
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Tikves Wines Special Selection Vranec 2015

$11.73$8.95
 
Jeb Dunnuck 90
“A smoking value as well as a custom blend by importer Eric Solomon and consultant Philippe Cambie, the 2015 Vranec Special Selection Old Vines is inky colored and offers a ripe, Paso Robles Zinfandel-like profile in its plum, spice, tobacco and earth-laced bouquet. Rounded, supple, polished and pure, it has loads to love and is a total steal at the price. This cuvée is 100% Vranec that spent 12 months in French oak.”~J.D.
Item ID: #32254
Shelf at store7c
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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Jeb Dunnuck 90
“A smoking value as well as a custom blend by importer Eric Solomon and consultant Philippe Cambie, the 2015 Vranec Special Selection Old Vines is inky colored and offers a ripe, Paso Robles Zinfandel-like profile in its plum, spice, tobacco and earth-laced bouquet. Rounded, supple, polished and pure, it has loads to love and is a total steal at the price. This cuvée is 100% Vranec that spent 12 months in French oak.”~J.D.

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Wine from Eastern Europe is on the cusp of being the next big thing. All the elements are there: an ancient grape-growing tradition, great terroirs, indigenous varieties, new investment, and a youthful generation of farmers and winemakers who came of age after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Before this epic event, wine in Eastern Europe was mainly a bulk product from frightfully high yields resulting in quality on par with Yugo or Trabant.

Founded in 1885, Tikveš Winery has witnessed the independence of the Balkans, two world wars and one cold one, yet through it all they have continued to make wines from grapes native to the region: RKaticeli, Kratosija, Vranec and Plavec. With the fall of communism and independence of Macedonia this historic estate was privatized and new investments were made to update the practices in the vineyard and cellar. Sustainable farming has replaced industrial farming, yields have been lowered and indigenous varieties have been preserved. With the assistance of Philippe Cambie, they have modernized their cellar practices by utilizing temperature-controlled stainless steel for fermentations with concrete and French oak barrels for aging.

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Reviews (2)

Richard

Great Flavor!

"This is my go to wine. I love the Vranec grape!"

Frank

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