Brandulin | Gorška Brdā | Slovenia Brandulin | Pikotno 2015

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Brandulin | Pikotno 2017

Brandulin expresses the thru terroir of Goriška Brda and it's indigenous grape varieties. This small domain produces natural wines with a distinct characters.

Brandulin Jordano is  another one of Brandulin's fine wines, based on the local grape variety Furlanski Tokay.

What started with a quest for a fine natural Slovenian wine domain, ended with the discovery of this small wine domain, named Brandulin. 

Boris and his family, the owners of the domain,  make wine with an immense amount of passion and love for the terroir.

Brandulin, is a small producers in the area of Goriška Brda, literally on the border of Italian Veneto region and the Slovenian region of Promoska.

Brandulin's terroir is influenced by the closeness of the sea, the Julian Alps and the Eocene flysch, rich with minerals but lacking organic components witch

give the wines a specific and distinct character we have not come across before. If you combine this with the love and passion for sustainable wine growing, every one of Brandulin's wines is a discovery of its own, especially the Brandulin Rebula.

Country of origin: Slovenia

Region: Promoska, Goriška Brda, Gorizia Hills

Domain: Brandulin

Type of wine: White

Classification: N/A

Grapes: Furlanski Tokaj 40%, Malvazija 40%, Rebula 20%

Vintage: 2017

Biological: Natural wine

Description/Aroma's:  The aroma is fruity with a light herbal note; it tastes fresh in the mouth with a lovely mineral finish. The wine goes well with different pastas, as well as white meat, such as duck, goose, rabbit,...

Yield per acre: 35 hl

 Destemming and maceration for 4 days, so it comes to spontaneous fermentation..

Followed by pressing and continuing the fermentation process in 500l oak barrels.

Production: 1300 bottles

Alcohol: 13.5 %

Serving temperature: 12-14°C

Ratings: N/A

Foodpairing: fish, white meats, as apero, ...

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