Biodynamic on every level possible, this wine is the ultimate
expression of the land and environment it is created from.
The signature methodology of the Batič estate is knowing
when and how to do nothing.
Highly selective hand harvesting,
extended maceration, fermenting in open topped Slovenian wooden vats
without temperature control, and only using indigenous yeast
are the major means to this end.
Founded in 1592, Ivan Batič and his son Miha
make wine based on over 400 of years of experience and their wines
seem to exude this history.
Rebula is the Slovenian name for the Italian grape
Ribolla Gailla (grown across the border in Italy)
and due to different wine making styles,
it can be crisp & clean or silky & creamy.
This wine reminds me of white, vanilla cake with citrus cream frosting
and boy, cant we all do with a little bit of that right now!
The Grape D’Vine
Sparkill, NY 109