Serbia has a rich and historic winemaking culture that dates back to pre-Roman times and, much like the rest of Eastern Europe, the majority is made and drunk locally, often by the families who make it themselves. After years of communist rule and economic uncertainty in the latter part of the 20th century, Serbia has finally found its way again with a renewed enthusiasm and a quality-focused wine scene. Especially popular are orange wines (white wines with a little skin contact), a method which has historically been used to preserve and stabilise the wines.

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Fodor Orange Wine, Maurer 2016

A fascinating, traditional Serbian orange wine made from the welschriesling grape. Six days of skin contact in 800-litre Hungarian oak barrels has given the wine a golden amber colour, food-friendly palate 'grip' and More >


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