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An indigenous sweet variety reminiscent of acacia in bloom.

Colour, aroma and taste


Colour: Named after the slightly greenish hue reflecting in its straw yellow colour.

Aroma: The leaves of wild strawberry followed by a pleasant aroma of acacia blossoms.

Taste: Sweet but fresh at the same time so it pairs perfectly with fruity desserts.

The sommelier recommends


Food pairing: It nicely complements fruit-filled omelettes, pies, crerry rolls and panna cottas with fruit topping.

Serving temperature: 12–14°C

Aging potential: kept in a dark place up to 5 years

Production method


Wine growing area: Brda
Vineyard area: 2 ha
Vineyard shape: terraced
Vine training: single Guyot
Altitude: 120 – 150 m
Spacing: 5,000 vines/ha
Vineyards aged: 10 – 25 years
Type of soil: marl, sandstone
Climate: sub-Mediterranean, a mixture of warm sea air and cold Alpine winds

100% Verduc, an autochthonous variety of the Goriška Brda

Harvesting: exclusively handpicked grapes

100% in stainless steel containers

100% in stainless steel containers


Vintage: 2015
Alcohol by volume: 13 % vol
Acids: 6,66 g/l
pH: 3,49
Residual sugar: 71,2 g/l

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