This wine is a single varietal Kadarka. The exact origin of this grape remains unknown but it lies somewhere within the Balkan area. Kadarka wines tends to have medium body, gentle tannin, fresh acidity and can be reminiscent of Pinot Noir.
This wine has an attractive ruby red colour. On the nose, you’ll find some of the bright red cherry and red plum fruit with a touch of floral violet character and white pepper typical of this variety. There are also some developed notes of leather and mushroom. On the palate, this wine is medium-bodied with a still lively core of ripe red fruit, buoyant acidity and ripe rounded moderate tannins. This 2013 has developed nicely and is a wonderful expression of the Kadarka grape. Enjoy!