BURJA BELA 2022 / 0.75L

BURJA BELA 2022 / 0.75L

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SFr. 23.00
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Year: 2022

Wine type: White (short skin contact)

Varietal composition: 30%Ribolla Gialla, 30%Malvasia, 30% Welch Riesling, 10% other Grape Varieties.

Region: Istria - Primorska, Vipava Valley Slovenia.

Location of vineyards:  150 - 200 meters above sea level, the special thing about this  Vineyard is that more Vines (all Varieties that are in the Wine) grow in one Vineyard mixed together, what gives the Vines the same Prepositions for growing.

Soil: Flysch, marl, clay.

Harvest: Hand-picked, second week of September.

Farming: Organic and Biodynamic

Vinification: Maceration - short Skin contact (3-6 days), spontaneous fermentation with indigenous yeast without temp. control, aging 30% in concrete Wine eggs/ 70% in big Foudre oak barrels, no fining, no filtration.

SO2 addition: none or minimum

Residual sugar: dry

Alcohol: 13.5 % vol

Bottle: 0.75 L

Serving temperature: 6 - 8 °C

Mood: Gastro, Elegant, GlouGlou

Winemaker: Primoz Lavrencic - BURJA Wine Estate 

The wine itself has a light skin-contact, with incredible depth, a core of stone fruit, mirabelle, apple, citrus, honey, with hints of smoke and savoury notes with fine finish and marked minerality. In the mouth it is fresh balanced with a good presistance. A very drinkable wine indeed. 

Winery

Named after the cold, north-easterly wind that rips through the vineyards at speeds over 200km per hour, Burja is a family-owned estate run by the philosophical Primož Lavrenčič. 

His family have lived in the fertile Vipava Valley since the late 15th century. This region of Slovenia is contiguous with Friuli in Italy, and is similarly known for its white wines, particularly from local varieties malvazija, zelen and rebula (ribolla gialla). Primož is dedicated to encouraging nature to express itself through his wine. He does this by farming the vineyards organically and biodynamically to maintain the biodiversity of the soil, and by working with these local varieties, the heritage of the region. The one exception is the vineyard of pinot noir that he inherited. However, he strives in the same way to allow the vineyard’s identity to shine through – a Burgundian wine with a Slovenian soul.