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Korenika & Moškon ‘Festival’

Pinot Noir, Refošk, Cabernet Sauvignon

Istria, Istria, Slovenia

€18.25
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Korenika & Moškon ‘Festival’

With a name like Festival this natural wine is meant for a party. From hand harvested vines on a South West exposure. Fermented in stain less steel with indigenous yeast and 8 days on skins leading to a medium-bodied, well balanced wine that is full of juicy raspberry fruit.

Country
Slovenia
Region
Istria
Grapes
Pinot Noir, Refošk, Cabernet Sauvignon
Vintage
2019
ABV
13
Code
11386
Style
Red
Methods
Intensity Light bodied Full bodied
Acidity Low High
Style Dry Sweet
Matej Korenika

Korenika & Moškon is a family-owned winery located
in Korte, a village in the heart of Slovenian Istria. The
property covers 25 hectares of vineyards and 2.5
hectares of olive trees. At Korenika & Moškon, they
preserve Slovenia's traditional wine production
methods with great passion and commitment.


In 1984 Miran Korenika and his business partner Ignac
Moškon decided to revive the winemaking tradition
interrupted during the communist regime. Today, the
family tradition is carried on with Matej Korenika at
the helm. Matej has been enthusiastically involved in
viticulture since he was 22. Together with his wife
Katja, they preserve the old methods while taking it to
another level for younger generations.


Korenika & Moškon farm biodynamically and are both
organic and biodynamic certified. In 2014, they
received the prestigious Demeter certification.


The Korenika & Moškon vineyards are situated with
excellent exposure to the sun. The closeness of the sea
and the hillside position overlooking the Sečovlje salt
pans help create distinctive red and white wines, a
true expression of their terroir.

Korenika & Moškon

The property covers 25 hectares of vineyards and 2.5 hectares of olive trees.

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