REGULUS A – REGENT 2014
Regulus A is a dry red, single varietal wine grown in the Barycz Valley region. Mild in taste, it does not contain too much tannins, has a vibrant dark-red color and fruity aroma. Best served at 14-17 ℃.Made from hand-picked and selected grapes, produced and bottled at the De Sas Vineyard.
Varietal: Regent 100%
Capacity: 0,75 L
Alcohol: 10,5 %
Vineyard: De Sas Vineyard, 56-320 Krośnice, Czeszyce 9
Kvevri Botaurus is a organic wine made with an old geaorgian recipe.
Regent is a dark-skinned, red wine grape created in Germany in 1967 and registered as Vitis Vinifera in 1996. This vine came to live as a result of crossing of two species – Diana and Chambourcin and has a varietal protection across whole EU.
The name of the vine was derived from a diamond bearing the same name.
In the family of red vines species, Regent is one of the most commonly cultivated grape in Poland, next to another hybrid Rondo. It is most effective in cool, dry areas and has a broad resistance against the most significant fungal diseases which affect grapes, such as downy mildew.
Grown in Germany, Poland, the USA (Oregon and Washington) and the United Kingdom.
|Regulus A||Serving temperature °C||Food match|
|Dry, red wine||10-12||Red meat|