Grape Brandy Of Priest Ljuba

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Item location: EU, Croatia

 

 

 

0,75 l, 40% alc.

Clear natural brandy distilled of fermented grapes and aged in stainless coppers, pungent aperitif, Different from Italian grappa is typical representative of the Balkan lozovaca.

Mild and pungent brandy distilled of fermented grapes from the slopes of Fruska Gora mountain in Vojvodina, Serbia.

 


about brandy recommended 4 / 5
Not everyone is fond of Balkan loza. But I am. I like its pungency, depending on the grapes that is used for its production. I like the way it shakes my body. I like how it makes me hungry if I have a sip of it before my meal. I likeee it...

 

The household of the Orthodox priest Ljubomir Volarevic is situated in Sremska Mitrovica, north-west of Serbia, nearby the ancient Roman capital of Sirmium. Although being a local parish priest, father Ljubomir did not want the wineyards and orchards that he inherited from his grandfather to be neglected. So he started to produce wine and distill brandy just for his parishioners. Nowadays his winery and distillery employ all his family members, and the orchards are certainly renewed and improved. He kept his ancestor's will and their wine and brandy is heard of out of Sirmium. „A brandy with a blessing“, father Ljubomir says with a smile.

 

 

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