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Vinakoper has been developing its story since 1947. In ten vine growing locations of Slovenian Istria, Vinakoper has been producing top-quality wines with a typical aroma of the variety, vivaciousness of the fruit and pleasant harmony.
2011 Capris Plemenito Rdeče
This blend of merlot, cabernet sauvignon, and pinot noir contributes to an elegant and complex red wine that is dry on the palate. The aroma fills the mouth and provides a unique long-lasting tasting experience.
2012 Capris Refošk
This red wine is composed of 100% refosk grapes and is fruity and complex. Thanks to its aroma, this wine pairs well with cured meats, beef, and wild game.
This popular white wine has a distinct taste of citrus fruits. Its golden color makes for a beautiful pour and is a perfect complement to seafood, poultry, and fresh vegetables.
Refošk Rex sparkling sec
This 100% Refosk based sparkling wine is deep ruby in color, with intense sparkle, is complemented by luscious fruitiness and smoothness. Pairs well with cured meats and cheeses.
Rex White sparkling sec
This delightful white sparkling wine is composed of
Malvazija (50%), Chardonnay (30%) and Pinot Blanc
(20%) and is a fantastic aperitif. Best enjoyed on its
own or paired with seafood, pastas, and poultry. Also
excellent for making sorbets.
Details: Vinakoper has been developing its story since 1947. In ten vine growing locations of Slovenian Istria, Vinakoper has been producing top-quality wines with a typical aroma of the variety, vivaciousness of the fruit, and pleasant harmony. One thousand year of tradition in oenology and viticulture in Slovenian Istria is mainly the obligation we owe to our ancestors. From generation to generation, people in our Istria have lived closely connected with the soil. They have created a precious legacy of wine culture. We strive to respect this legacy and enrich it with our work. The development story of Refosco and Malvasia Wine has been successful both for Vinakoper and for the entire wine growing region of Slovenian Istria, which, called the Region of Refosco, bears the name of its most typical ruby-colored wine.