OUR
VINEYARDS.

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We have our own vineyards, where we grow different varieties of grapes, such as: Muscat Ottonel, Muscat white, Chardonnay, Sauvignon, Rkatsiteli, Traminer pink, Leanca, Riesling, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Saperavi, Isabella, Kebela and other. The area of vineyards is 180 hectares.

To obtain high quality wine, we carefully select the grapes. The harvested grapes immediately arrive at the primary winery and fall into the hands of winemaker Veresh Geizo, for whom wine and winemaking are the meaning of life.

COTNAR HISTORY.

HOW DO WE MAKE WINE?

Depending on the grape, the region and the kind of wine that a winemaker wishes to produce, the exact steps in the harvesting process will vary in time, technique and technology. But for the most part, every wine harvest includes these basic
vine-to-wine steps:


1. Pick the grapes
Most vineyards will start with white grapes and then move to red varietals. The grapes are collected in bins or lugs and then transported to the crushing pad. This is where the process of turning grapes into juice and then into wine begins.

2. Crush the grapes
No matter how or when the grapes were picked, they all get crushed in some fashion in the next step. The destemmer, which is a piece of winemaking machinery that does exactly what it says, removes the stems from the clusters and lightly crushes the grapes.

3. Fermenting Grapes into Wine
Simply put, fermentation is where the sugar converts into alcohol. There are plenty of techniques and technologies used during this process to accompany the different kinds of grapes.

4. Age the wine
Winemakers have lots of choices in this step, and again they all depend on the kind of wine one wants to create. Flavors in a wine become more intense due to several of these winemaking choices:

- aging for several years vs. several months
- aging in stainless steel vs. oak
- aging in new oak vs. ‘neutral’ or used barrels

 

5. Bottle the wine
Some white wines are ready to be bottled after a few months. 
Most dry reds need 18-24 months of aging before bottling.
When the winemaker feels a wine has reached its full expression in aging, then it’s time to bottle the wine for consumption.
And the rest is a history, my friends. 

 

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ADDRESS :

90260, Zakarpattia region., Berehiv district, village Muzhievo, street Rakoczi Ferenc II,  274 / A

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+380 (96) 011 62 18

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