Archive for the 'Montenegro' Category

Plantaže Cabernet Sauvignon 2006

Friday, December 14th, 2007

This is another dry red wine from the sunny Čemovsko valley near Podgorica, Montenegro. We’ve covered a few wines from the Plantaže winery in the past and this is probably the poorest of their wines, without much character. Enjoyable only with a meal. The difference in perception of this wine and the Dulka Cabernet we [...]

Plantaže Vranac Reserve 1998

Wednesday, November 21st, 2007

This is a premium Montenegrin red wine made from the indigenous Vranac grape. The Reserve is produced from particulary good years, in small quantities, aged in barrels for several years. It is also aged in bottles for one year before being released to the market. This is a dry wine, with a pleasant fruity nose. [...]

Plantaže Sauvignon

Monday, June 11th, 2007

Plantaže is a winery which concentrates on the production of indigenous wines, specifically Vranac and Krstač. However, they also produce wines from widely known varieties such as Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, etc. Plantaže Sauvignon is a very nice Sauvignon Blanc, not too dry, with a fruity nose. Beautiful taste, slightly citric, very refreshing. Goes nicely on [...]

Plantaže Krstač 2005

Wednesday, March 7th, 2007

Krstač is a refreshing, crisp, rich wine with a beatiful nose and aroma. Slightly bubbly, it is produced by the leading Montenegrin wine producer, Plantaže from Podgorica, and is made from an indigenous grape, Krstač. This is a perfect wine to enjoy cold with a nice fish dish at the seaside. If you are visiting [...]

Plantaže Merlot

Friday, February 2nd, 2007

This is a Montenegrin premium red wine. The famous French variety has preserved its best properties in the vineyards around Podgorica but it has also gained gentleness and subtleties thanks to the sun, stones, and vines and the contrast of Mediterranean and continental climate. This is a very nice Merlot, best enjoyed with some Montenegrin [...]