0,7 l, 45% alc.
Grape Brandy from the Patriarchal basement in Sremski Karlovci is a crystal clear brandy, very potable and balanced with mildly developed grape aroma.
Grape brandy Loza is a type of fruit brandy obtained by distillation of fermented grapes (grape wine), while Komovica is obtained from the remains of fermented grapes after the wine is poured out of it. Therefore, Loza has always been considered as better quality grape brandy than Komovica. Also, this type of grape brandy has decent quality and aroma, as well as mild citrus fragrance afterwards
Grape brandy usually has a pungent taste that comes from tannin. This grape brandy does not that tast. It is more harmonious.
Sremski Karlovci is a small town located on the slopes of Fruska Gora (at North of Serbia), not far away from Novi Sad and old town Petrovaradin. This place fascinates every visitor from the very first moment. Natural beauty, history, cultural sights, serenity and monastic silence of this small town, as well as production of wine has been renown in Patriarchal basements in Sremski Karlovci for centuries. Nowadays at this beautiful place, the monk as heritage owners, continue to keep old tradition and still produce the best quality wines and brandies. The basements are located in the Old Palace, while the vineyards are in the vicinity of the Fruska Gora. Beside famous Patriarchal Black and Patriarchal White, there are also excellent desserts wines and brandies.