Istrian Malvasia is the most widely used grape in Fažana. Old it is, indigenous varieties which are spread throughout the Istria and today is synonymous with how to fažanska and the Istrian Winery. It has a medium-sized loose cluster, berry is medium to large, round, pistachio color. On sunny Fažana positions grapes (berries) gets a golden color (this color may later have wine). Due to the abundance of sunshine, good position and the red earth, Fažana Malvasia grapes gathered a lot of sugar (approximately 20.00 percent or more) and moderate amounts of acid (about 5 g / l). Because wine is produced quite high (12.0 to 13.0 vol%), slightly acid (5.0 g / l total acids), rich in extract, very harmonious and drinkable with a specific floral-fruity scent of acacia blossom. Malvasia is a lovely shade of light yellow to straw yellow, sometimes the wine produced on the so-called Malvasia. "Traditional way" or, as it says here, "the drop". This means that the grapes are first muljano (minced), and then all along been left to ferment (cooking). This lasted for 4-7 days, then separated and the juice pressed drop. Thus, separate juice fermentation continued until the end. Thus produced wines had a stronger shade of yellow, a little astringency in the taste and were very strong.
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Turistička zajednica Općine Fažana
Titova riva 2, Fažana
+385 (0)52 383 727
Region : Istra
Istria is Croatia's largest (and the Adriatic) peninsulaIt is located on the sjeverome part of the Adriatic Sea on the territory of Slovenia, Croatia and ItalyGeographic boundaries Istre line goes from the Bay MUGGIA to the bay Preluka (by examplePart of Istria OpatijaThe western coast of Istria is shallow water, and more divorced, while the steep eastern and less populatedIstria is usually divided into three parts: the Red Istria (west coast), where the predominant red-brown earth (crljenica) Gray Istria (central Istria), the gray glinenastog soilWhite Istria (Učka slopes and the eastern part of the peninsula) because of the rocky soilThe eastern coast of Istria (the so-calledLiburnija or cities Brsec, Lovran, Opatija, Volosko, bake, Kastav) and the western part of the Kvarner Bay of the 1993 administrative year is separate from the rest of Istria in the Republic of Croatia, so that today Istria is divided between two counties: Istria and Primorsko-GoranskaA large part of Istria covers Istria CountyImportant cities and municipalities of Istria include Pula, Pazin, Porec, Rovinj, Opatija, Umag, Novigrad, Labin, Buzet, Motovun, Koper and Piran
Location : Fažana
Fažana has a long fishing tradition, is proud of the atmosphere where every guest becomes a neighbor and friend! Place Fažana is located near Pula. Fažana is the starting port for the Brijuni Islands - The National Park with the attributes of paradise. Fažana, with its beautiful natural beaches, pine forests, seaside promenades, restaurants, is a perfect place for a family vacation.
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