Grasecco made from 100 percent Graševina and Francesca made from 100 percent Frankovka are new products of popular Slavonian producer Feravino.
New sparkling wines like prosecco produced by tank or so called charmat method are proof that Croatia keeps an eye on world trends. Grasecco made from 100 percent Graševina and Francesca made from 100 percent Frankovka are new products of popular Slavonian producer Feravino. These are modern, urban sparkling wines with attractive design and youthful, playful label. The are consumed as aperitif and are great company to light meals and excellent base for coctails.
Unique Grasecco is produced in two categories – brut and extra brut. They both have mild greenish color and and ice freshness and pleasant almond bitterness of graševina and fruity aroma reminding of green apples. Francesca has mild pink color, subtle scent of ripe pomegranate and rich and longlasting aroma dominated by strawberries and raspberries.
Increasing demand for sparkling wines produced by tank method is confirmed by estimate which says that in 2020 sale of prosecco in Italy will reach more than 412 million bottles. What is so special about those bubbles that conquered the world? Prosecco, being a 'non champagne' wine has become part of everyday ritual, it has excellent price-quality ratio and makes perfect combination with coctails. Therefore, it is is no wonder that it is so loved by millenials. Research shows that today they make 40% of all wine consumers. Millenials do not think about how long wine had aged in barrels, for them it is all about the story connected with wine, it is about brand foundations and attractivness of wine's visual identity.