Serbian Black Muscat wine by Bikicki Winery features a rich and vibrant purple hue, complemented by remarkable aromas of this unique and intriguing grape variety.
Bursting with a superb floral bouquet featuring notes of rose petals and lilacs, it showcases an abundance of luscious, ripe fruits – dark-brambly wild berries, succulent blueberries and ripe plums. The palate delivers a delightful surprise with its full and juicy character maintaining exceptional freshness.
Balanced, soft tannins contribute to a harmonious blend of flavors, revealing hints of mulberry, plum and rose-hips.
The experience concludes with a lingering, enduring finish that adds a touch of elegance to each sip.
Bikicki’s vineyards are located in the village of Banoštor on the slopes of Mt. Fruška Gora, next to the Danube River. The wine cradle of Serbia, at the 45th degree of north latitude, sharing sun exposure with Bordeaux, Piedmont, the Rhone Valley and the Willamette Valley in Oregon. Once an island in the Pannonian Sea, that gradually dried up 1 million years ago leaving sediment rich soil, now with Vršac Hill the only mountain that rises above the Plain of Vojvodina in Northern Serbia. In Roman times, it was called Alma Mons, which means “fertile mountain”. In the 15th century it was one of the three most famous vineyards in the world, together with Burgundy and Bordeaux.