Grapes: 50% Kerner, 50% Sylvaner. Region: Slovenia> Lower Styria> Lipoglav. Notes: Extended skin contact, sustainable farming, no herbicide, spontaneous fermentation, French oak, unfiltered.
Description: Divjak (dee-vee-yahk) – translated to “wild one” - a wine that is focused on highlighting the fresh and aromatic white varietals around the village of Loče that can make beautiful and vibrant wines through wild fermentation and skin contact. The label depicts a wild boar of the most refined character, and that is what this wine strives for: a wine of balance and elegance, with regional typicity, while still being wild and fun.
Bright hazy golden hue that delivers exotic aromas of spiced orange peel, fresh English thyme and a hint of jasmine tea. The palate if bright but textured, with electric flavors of Asian pear, lemon oil, and mineral stone.
Food pairings: Asian spice, coconut curries, ramen, miso, etc.