Prior Williams Pear Spirit with Pear is a natural fruit spirit, made of carefully selected fruits to which a succulent fruit the same pear type is added. It is characterized by its well-rounded scent and seductive flavor. It is served and drank mostly neat, chilled to taste, in a wide glass.Viljamovka is a prized table pear, it is juicy, tasty and pleasantly aromatic. The sort was developed in 1770 in England and it was named after the gardener Williams. In Slovenia it appeared in the twnties of last century.
A blend of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey and a unique honey liqueur for a taste that’s one-of-a-kind and unmistakably Jack. With hints of honey and a finish that’s naturally smooth, Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey offers a taste of the unexpected.
Deep intense ruby color with garnet hue.In the aroma of this wine we find ripe cherries, plum jam, green pepper, dark chocolate, undergrowth, and in the end we can enjoy the sophisticated notes of wood.The wine is very rich and full of flavor, in which we can find notes of cherries in brandy, dark chocolate and tobacco. The mouth is dry, ripe, stronger moderate acids, tannins are not few, they are nicely ripe. It ends with a beautiful, long aftertaste in which we are pampered by velvety tannins.
Intense ruby colour with purple hues. On the nose, it surprises with a rich ripe fruitiness, reminiscent of ripe blackberry, sour cherry, mulberry and bilberry, finely intertwined with notes of wood, undergrowth and spices. Rich and complex taste. The balancing acidity makes this rich wine lively and fruity. The fine tannin structure and extract give the wine a beautiful lingering aftertaste.
This French variety initially found a home in the Loara Valley, where it was made into the white wines of the Bordeaux region. It later became the number one varietal in New Zealand, a country the name of which has nowadays become used almost synonymously with sauvignon. The varietal is characterised by distinct herbal notes, in warmer climates also by tropical fruit. Styria is no doubt a superb region for sauvignon, testified not least by a series of very good and even excellent sauvignons in our close surroundings.The Kupljen sauvignon does not pursue the variety’s popular intensity and distinct herbal notes; rather, it pursues a certain level of maturity still allowing it to remain fresh, and reserved aromas, which are diverse and typical of the variety. This is a wine that can easily last half a decade or more.