The traditional view that the Graševina grape is not used for premium wine is history. In Slavonia, wine makers - and Ivan Enjingi in particular - have shaped this grape into an elegant and sophisticated wine for the discerning palate.
This late-harvest Grasevina is a silky-smooth dry wine, with a full body and a palate of warm autumn fruit. Luscious and long lasting concentrated ripe fruit, honey and sweet exotic spices. Very rich and powerful alcohol, perfectly balanced refreshing acidity, soft sweetnes on the finish.
Food pairing: Salmon, poultry, pork.
Wines of the Enjingi family are traditionally miraculous. Nothing has changed their winemaking philosophy, neither history nor social and political climate in which they were made.
Winemaking has always been tempted by unpredictable nature, but hard working and experienced people learned how to take advantage of it. Through the years they have established an authentic winemaking tradition.
The Enjingi family celebrates 120 years of winemaking. No matter how strongly they follow their own tradition, their success turns to be a modern guide in the whole winegrowing area.