Triada White is a unique blend of 3 grape varieties. In 2012, Triada White won the Bronze Medal at the IWC Competition in London.Triada White is the perfect wine to combine with white meat and fruit salads, and is also paired well with creamy sauce dishes.
MEANING OF THE NAME
Triada (the Greek word for ‘trinity’), which in our Winery symbolizes “my land, my family, my wine”.
2008, 2009, 2010, 2013, 2015, 2016 (current vintage)
Župa, Zapadna [West] Morava Region, Serbia.
40% Tamjanika, 30% Chardonnay and 30% Sauvignon blanc
Veliko Borje, Lukarevina, Ržanica and Vrbnica.
SIZE OF VINEYARDS
The vineyards lie on sedimentary terrain, rich in clay soil.
1000 gr to 2000 gr per plant.
Double cordon spur.
Chardonnay and Sauvignon blanc in early September, Tamjanika in late September.
De-stemming and cold maceration of the must.
Medium pressing. Static clearing. Fermentation in stainless steel tanks.
Chardonnay and Sauvignon blanc varieties are stored in stainless steel tanks. Two thirds of the Tamjanika variety is aged in stainless steel tanks and one third in traditional oak casks of 3000L, for 6 months.
Triada White is a unique blend of 3 grape varieties. In 2012, Triada White won the Bronze Medal at the IWC Competition in London.
Color: Deep straw yellow.
Aroma: Subtle notes of white peach and tropical fruits.
On the palate: Dry, crisp, refreshing and with superb acidity. It’s a full-bodied wine, with aromas that come in different layers so that each sip brings a new note to discover.
Triada White is the perfect wine to combine with white meat and fruit salads, and is also paired well with creamy sauce dishes.
It has won bronze medal at International Wine Challenge at London in 2012.
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