Goriska Brda, Primorska, Slovenia
Krasno Sparkling Rebula is an adventurous way to introduce perhaps both a new grape variety and a new wine region to your wine experience while enjoying a delightfully refreshing glass of bubbly! The grape known as Rebula in Slovenia is called Ribolla Gialla in Friuli. Over the centuries, heroic winegrowers have tenaciously terraced the steep marly slopes below the little village of Krasno to plant their vines. Goriška Brda is the enchanting westernmost region of Slovenia, nestled halfway between the Alps and the Adriatic Sea. Its rolling hills, stretching from the emerald So?a River to Friuli in Italy, are dotted with houses and farms. This unique land produces distinctly mineral wines, with a character only found in Slovenia's Brda region.
Krasno Sparkling Rebula is 100% Ribolla Gialla from 10-25-year-old vines planted to marl, and sandstone soils in southwest and east facing vineyards at an elevation of 80-200 meters. Initial and secondary fermentation in 100% stainless steel. Aged for three months sur lie in Charmat tanks. This flavorful sparkling wine is light-medium in body with crisp acidity, minerality, beautiful floral notes, and a lengthy finish. It is non-certified organic.
Enjoy Krasno Sparkling Rebula as the perfect aperitif and with every course of a meal, including desserts.