from the winery:
Slankamenka Bela is a white grape variety comes from the Balkans and is named after a municipality in the Serbian Vojvodina. It is an old grape variety from the Banat region (landscape in Romania, Serbia and Hungary). Bela was a quite interesting surprise for us when we first made it. It was fully ripe and low in alcohol (around 11% by vol.). We made it again in 2018 and the alcohol was even lower. 2019 was an even greater surprise as it has 7.7% alcohol by volume only, but fully ripe again! This very low alcohol wine is unique and obscure even for the most studious wine lovers. The Dub Style version is is textural, fresh but extremely delicate. It was left on skins for few days during fermentation. It has has notes of green tea, peach tea, delicate citrus flowers and celery salt. Effortless drinking and delicious with spicy, fatty or creamy foods.