Bottle size: 0,75 L
In the game of contrasts between red and white, old and young Rosé Zajc was made from the grapes of the oldest indigenous Slovenian variety. It is ideal on a sunny day.
Distinctive colour and taste
It is gently pink. The bouquet is youthful, it smells of raspberries and other small red fruits. When you drink it, the wine is sweeter with a light tannin touch, it is lighter. The modern style of rosé which conquers American as well as European wine drinkers.
Indigenour Slovenian vine
Žametna črnina or modra kavčina has been proven ampelographically as Slovenian. The oldest vine in the world grows in Lent in Maribor and it is over 450 years old.
Bizeljsko - Sremič
10 - 12 °C
10,5 vol. %
Very gentle pink color. Intoxicating scent of raspberries and pears. It goes well with risottos, pasta with pineapple sauce, dishes with sweet and sour sauces and Indian food.
Volume: 0,75 L
Youthful, fresh wine intended for immediate consumption.
right before sell
South and SE
Protected designation of origin (PDO)
Marl and sandstone with limestone binder
Strict and careful selection of Blaufränkisch, a characteristic red variety, so that the grape skin is damaged as little as possible on the way to the cellar. The grapes were further cooled with dry ice upon receipt. The grapes are cultivated in a nature-friendly way, are strictly selected and are picked exclusively by hand.
The grapes are immediately pressed at low pressure to extract as little color as possible from the skin. The grape juice then went into chilled steel tanks where fermentation took place.
After fermentation, the wine matures in chilled steel tanks with a chilled mantle.
Rosé Zajc is great for combining. It goes perfectly with fruity and not too sweet dishes, risotto, pasta with pineapple or pear sauce, with sweet and sour sauces and with Indian food. It should be served appropriately cooled, best around 8 to 10 °C.
Slovenian tradition of Blaufränkisch strung on a necklace of sparkling wit. Energy of youth is caught in the braid of pearls symbolising the lightness of the not yet opened berry blossoms.