|Year of manufacturing||2017|
|Wine variety||Pinot Blanc 35%, Sauvignon 35%, Chardonnay 30%|
Wine made for the 50th anniversary of „Plantaže“ and in celebration of great jubilee – the 200th anniversary of the birth of Petar II Petrović Njegoš, Montenegrin ruler and Bishop. The wine was named after his brilliant poetic work called „Luča mikrokozma“.
Wine of light yellow color, interwoven with the intense aromas of peaches, citrus, pineapple, and honey, creating very rich, aromatic and energetic white wine. On taste is complex with dryness and spicy-fruity notes, leaving a long, refreshing aftertaste.
Temperature: 9 °C
Glass: Extended high glass for white wines
Pairing with food
It goes great with home made cheese, smoked carp, trout and seafood. We recommend grilled bream or sea bass, octopus under the bell, St. Jacques coquilles, chicken salads, pasta with parmesan cheese and olive oil.
Luča 2016, Silver medal, BIWC, Sophia
Luča 2016, Silver medal, AWC Vienna
Due to extremely high temperatures and low precipitation during the ripening process, unusual even for Ćemovsko polje, technological maturity of grapes was accelerated. Because of climate conditions, mild dehydration of grapes happened, especially to those with thinner epidermis. Grape dehydration came after the full phase of phenolic ripeness occurred. This led to a high concentration of the chemical composition of berries, therefore, quality of grapes increased and we had one of the best vintages.
|VITICULTURAL AREA||Valley of Lake Skadar, Podgorica’s viticultural area|
|LOCATION||Ćemovsko polje; microlocalities: Tuzi and Dinoš|
|PLANTING DENSITY||2.60×1.20 m|
|CULTIVATION||bilateral horizontal cordon
|AVERAGE AGE OF GRAPEVINE||17 years|
|GRAPE VARIETY||Pinot Blanc 35%, Sauvignon 35%, Chardonnay 30%|
|HARVEST TIME||middle and second half of August and first half of September|
|HARVEST METOD||hand picked, cooling grapes at 1-2°C|
|TEMPERATURE OF FERMENTATION||16-17 °C|
|DURATION OF FERMENTATION||12–14 days|
|DURATION OF MACERATION||done in inox tanks at low temperatures for 6-12 h|
|AGING||in inox tanks on fine lees. In this way wine is enriched with mannoproteins and polysaccharides, contributing to the fullness of taste. One part of Chardonnay ages in barrique barrels.|
|DURATION OF AGING||8–10 months in inox tanks|
|CHEMICAL ANALYSIS||alcohol–13.5 %vol, pH–3.08, total acids–7.05 g/l;|