VladikaWine produced on the 50th anniversary of the Plantaze and within the celebration of the grand Jubilee – 200 years from the birth of the Montenegrin ruler and bishop Petar II Petrovic Njegos. Authentic blend, dominated by Vranac, with a little Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, represents complex, strong and modern wine that aged in the best oak vats. Opulent aromas, velvety tannins and an impressive finish,complete the experience of a very harmonious and long-lived wine.

Vladika 2012

Deep and multi-layers flavors of the forest fruit,with mild vanilla notes, blend on the velvety, fruity palates. The wine is rich and harmonious, of powerful structure, succulent tannins and supple acids. In a very long and stable finish, the opulent fruity frame, consisting of the tones of blackberry, blueberry, cranberry and plums, interlaced with the traces of coffee, tobacco and earth. Powerful character, deep, stable and harmonious, this wine has a very good potential for further evolution and aging – more than 20 years.




Temperature: 16-18oC.
Glass: a large, tulip-shaped glass


With all types of beef steak, a barbecue, steamed and fried red meat, lamb, veal, meat prepared in a red sauce, spicy pastas.


Vladika 2012


Regularly good harvest concerning quality and yield of the grapes. Weather conditions for ripening grapes were favorable. The grapes were in good health.


Viticultural areas: Valley of Lake Skadar , Podgorica’s viticultural area

Location: Ćemovsko polje, microlocalities: Nikolj crkva, Šipčanik

Size of the vineyard: 2.310 ha

Exposition: North-South

Soil: skeletal, shallow

Planting density: 2.60×0.70m; 2.60×0.80m

Growing type: bilateral horizontal cordon and single Guyot

Average age of the grapevines: 3-15 years


Varieties: Vranac 80%, Cabernet Sauvignon 10 %, Merlot 10 %

Yield: 7-8t/ha

Harvest time: September

Manner of harvest: manual

Vinification: in the inox vats

Temperature of fermentation: 27-28°C

Duration of fermentation : 14 -16 days

Duration od maceration: 24 hours cold maceration at 6-8 °C

Malolactic fermentation: yes, inoculation with bacteria

Aging: in wooden barrels and French oak barriques

The duration of aging: 2 years

Chemical analysis: pH -3.50; total acids- 5.74 g/l; alcohol-14.32 % vol.



Vladika 2011, Bronze medal, Decanter World Wine Awards, Great Britain

Vladika 2011, Gold medal, Vino Ljubljana, Slovenia

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