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Vinarija Citluk d.d. Joint Stock Company

Kralja Tomislava 28, 88260 Citluk
Bosnia and Herzegovina

Telephone +387 36 642-232
Fax +387 36 642-232

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.02  Bosnia-Herzegowina

Our products

Product category: Bosnia-Herzegowina

Zilavka Mostar

Alcohol 12,5 % vol; Packaging: 1L; 0,75L; 0,178L; Serve at 10°C

High quality dry white wine; Controlled origin - Mostar Wine district, BH
Among the first fine wines with protected peculiarity in 1970th year. It is made of the indigenous grape varietie Zilavka, and up to 15% supporting indigenous varietie Bena from the chosen locations of vineyards. Dark straw color, in background - greenish, crystal clear, dense. Initially a bit closed, clean, partially intense, ripe and complex, opens slowly. Dominant tertiary aromas, and then begin to perceive fruity aromas. The fragrance is rich in floral aromas such as meadow flowers and roses, with light addition of grass, citrus and aromatic herbs. Taste is a combination of strength, freshness and aroma.
Powerful wine, very good consistency, gentle bitterness as varietal characteristic, and at the same delicious taste of alcohol, warm. Wine contains 12.5 - 13% vol alcohol and 5-6.2 g/L of total acids.

It can be consumed before, during and after meals. Cooled to 10-12°C agrees with all white meat dishes, fish, clams and crabs,... a lamb without Zilavka in Herzegovina is unthinkable.
Annual production: 200000-250000 L

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Product category: Bosnia-Herzegowina

KAMENO (STONE wine)

  • 90% Zilavka; 10% Bena; 12 - 13,5% alc.
  • Packaging: 0,75L; 0,187L; Serve at 10-12°C
  • On the poor Herzegovinian soil, karst, stone and thorn-bushes the vineyard BLIZANCI is grown, as a witness to Herzegovinian endurances and ability to survive. Out of grey stone have risen 300000 vines-tocks: 90% Zilavka and 10% Bena.
This balance of grape types and the location of vineyards always exposed to warm Herzegovinian sun is the basis for the famous dry white wine called KAMENO (STONY WINE). Stone vine is of a light-yellowish-green colour, crystal clear with 12-13,5% of alcohol and total of 6g/l acid and it is ranked among the best wines. Cooled down to 10°C it is delicious with fish, cooked or roasted meat, as it is with different starters or vegetable dishes. It is bottled in packaging of 0.75 lit.

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Product category: Bosnia-Herzegowina

Tvrtko

  • 12 - 13% alc.
  • Packaging: 0,75L
  • Serve at 10 - 12°C
Technological overripe Zilavka grapes are transformed into top quality wine Tvrtko. Of glowing golden color with a reflection on the green, crystal clear, in the glass shows excellent consistency. Ripe, full, massive and delicious Zilavka in the beginning of a complex and heavy scents, quickly opens with ripe fruit flavors of peach, banana, pineapple, apple; followed by aromas of dried figs, apricots, dates, and then almond, vanilla, honey. The flavor is excellent, complex and harmonious. Alcohol gives him strength, acid - freshness, the rest of unfermented sugar sweetness and dry extract riches. Of excellent harmony and duration, the aftertaste is measured in minutes.

Cooled to 10-12°C goes well with spicy and aromatic meals. specific recommendations is: to be drunk with a goat cheese.
It is bottled in packaging of 0.75 lit.

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About us

Company details

The Citluk Winery is the biggest winery in B&H with a keeping and elaboration capacity of 110 000 hl. The winery owns over 300 ha of its own vineyards, consisting mainly of Zilavka and Blatina, recently credited with the plantations of two of the most famous world cultivars, Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon. Herzegovina vino d.o.o Mostar, strategical partner of the Čitluk Winery, owns 100 hectares of vineyards, mainly Blatina, Žilavka, and Vranac. The overall quantity of grapes from these vineyards is turned into wine in the cellar of the Citluk Winery with the latest winemaking equipment. The winery buys off all the market excess of Zilavka and Blatina from the area of Herzegovina.

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