Island of Brač
90% inox, 10% French oak
Made on the island of Brač from indigenous grapes Pošip, Vugava witha bit of Chardonnay which was aged in French oak than blended with the others. It’s a fresh, complex and exotic wine with just a touch of oak on the nose and palate.
Brac Island was seculed from the rest of Croatia until about 50 years ago when the first ferries started arriving on the island. Because of this, and the limited resources the island has, the inhibitantans became very frugal. As a nod to this frugalty the label of this wine is very tiny, and possibly the worlds smallest wine label.