Amethyste blackberry natural wine
Amethyste blackberry natural wine is an authentic product from Croatia made from finest blackberries.
Blackberry wine, 2014., fruit wine, 0.50L, vol. 12.9% alc.
Bacchus, the god of intoxication and wine was pursuing a maiden named Amethyste, who refused his affections. Amethyste prayed to the gods to remain chaste and a chaste goddess Diana answered, transforming Amethyste into a white stone. Humbled by Amethyste’s desire to remain chaste, Bacchus poured wine over the stone as an offering, dyeing the crystals purple.
Ol Istria Selection
Ol Istria Selection, extra virgin olive oil obtained by blending several great quality olive varieties will surely enchant you with its harmonious notes. Hand harvested and undamaged olives and our production process have combined to create this premium extra virgin olive oil that will meet the highest expectations of culinary experts and lovers of healthy dishes.
<p align=”justify”>The French olive variety Picholine is increasingly popular with olive growers and lovers of top quality olive oils due to its distinctive pleasant nutty aroma. Extra virgin olive oil Ol Istria Picholine won a gold medal at The New York International Olive Oil Competition in 2015, which proves that our Ol Istria extra virgin olive oils are among the best world’s olive oils.</p>
Ol Istria Istrian Bjelica is a preferred olive oil obtained from the indigenous Istrian variety yielding a distinctive oil of a fresh scent of green olive fruit, very harmonious with balanced fruitiness, sweetness, bitterness and pronounced piquancy. The fruit of Istrian Bjelica is golden yellow when fully ripe. At the prestigious competition 13⁰ Concorso Oleario Internazionale Aipo d’Argento 2016 in Verona, competing against more than 280 best Italian and Mediterranean olive oils, Ol Istria Istrian Bjelica won the bronze medal in the medium fruitiness category.
Drobnica is an extra virgin olive oil derived from the same name of the olive variety that lives exclusively in the area of Vele Luke since ancient Roman times. The influence of the dry climate of the nearby island of Sušac, the settlement of Vela Luka, a small rocky land, are the ideal conditions for the success of this olive. In such crude conditions, the fruit of the olives is drogan (small). But nature has come back with a special oil, a specific taste, and aroma, which gives the peculiarity of all Mediterranean dishes, especially fish.
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