Zdrepceva krv 0.75 lit - Semi Sweet Table Red Wine

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Zdrepceva krv 0.75 lit - Semi Sweet Table Red Wine
  • Case Price: $***
  • Unit Price: $***
  • Brand/Manufacturer: Coka Winery
  • Product Code: 200301
  • EAN/UPC Code: 8606102329012
  • Units Per Case: 12
  • Size: 0.75lit
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Product Information

Ždrepčeva Krv is the trademark of the Čoka Winery - Serbia and one of the oldest wine brands in our areas. This red semisweet Muscat wine has, for already 40 years, been one of the best sold wines on the territory of former Yugoslavia.
This wine owes its unique flavour to the original coupage of carefully selected red varieties (Vranac, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Gamet, Muscat Hamburg or Ottonel) grown on the highest quality black soil. It is interesting that long before it became a brand, wine of a similar recipe was sold exclusively in pharmacies due to its medicinal properties. The colour of the Ždrepčeva Krv is also specific, since it is ruby red and not deep red and therefore resembles the colour of a stallion's blood.
This is thanks to the wine coupage, i.e.: the mixture of several wine types and not the mixture of several grape types. Following the privatisation of the Winery, the brand found itself once again in the world, thus slowly becoming the most popular wine in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and it is the first product that was exported in large quantities towards Croatia. Today, this wine is present on the territory of the entire former SFRJ, but also in the USA, Australia, Switzerland, France, Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Netherlands, Russia and Japan. Ždrepčeva Krv appeals to the most devoted wine connoisseurs.

Olivier Poussier, the chair of the the world's best sommelier in 2000, evaluated the Ždrepčeva Krv vintage wine from 2002, as - the best coupage of red wines that I have tasted in Serbia... „
It is best served alongside venison, roasted or dark braised dishes. The best features of this wine will be revealed at temperatures between 12 and 15 ºC.