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Benkovac

Benkovac

Benkovac

Benkovac

Email: vinarije@badel1862.hr

The Benkovac vinery was built in 1956-1957 following the examples of existing wineries in the south of France. It consists of three different edifice, one for primary processing, care and maturation. Benkovac winery building is very attractive even today. The roof and a part of the facade is covered by ivy which gives it a beautiful, out of ordinary look, and ensures enough shade in the big wine-cellar.

Strong sun and grudging soil of this Benkovac - Stankovci vineyards give such versatile characteristics to wines of Benkovac.

Benkovac winery was known by its rose wine until 2005, when the new vineyards were being planted in Korlat near Benkovac, in stone macchia, on an area of 103 ha with 530.000 grapevines. Vineyard was planted with bedding material from France, and the assortment of Merlot, Syrah, Cabernet sauvignon, Cabernet franc i Mourvèdre.

Benkovac Vinery is well-known by its grape brandy and the finest wine condensates from which the old and European awarded Glembay brandy is made.

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Benkovac Cuvée Benkovac Badel 1862 d.d. 2010
Benkovac Cuvée Benkovac Badel 1862 d.d. 2010

Dalmatia, Croatia

Alcohol: 13%  Sweetness: Dry  750 ml  Drink: 2014‐2018

 

LCBO: 113208  Check Stock

BC: 211803  Check Stock

$15.95

Benkovac Cuvée Benkovac Badel 1862 d.d. 2011
Benkovac Cuvée Benkovac Badel 1862 d.d. 2011

Dalmatia Coast, Croatia

Alcohol: 14%  Sweetness: Extra Dry  750 ml  Drink: 2016‐2018

 

LCBO: 113208  Check Stock

BC: 211803  Check Stock

$16.95

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