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DetailsIdeally drink now through 2028. Serve chilled
The Tomac Millenium is made in the Methode Traditionelle, or Champagne Method, from a blend of 70% Plavec Zuti (an indigenous varietal to Plesivica, the region from which Tomac hails), and 30% Chardonnay (also grown in Plesivica by Tomac). Aged on the lees for two years before release, this deliciously crisp and dry style of sparkling wine shows aromas of apple, lemon, and a slight brioche. On the palate, lively acidity and fine bubbles interplay with tastes of lemon meringue pie, spiced apple, and pineapple.
This bright and acidic style of sparkling wine would pair best with light aperitifs such as sashimi, oysters, or caviar. It would also do equally well with salty snacks like chips, popcorn, or French fries!
Tomislav Tomac, the winemaker at his namesake Tomac Winery, has been making sparkling wine in Croatia since 1992, and feels that the Plesivica region is the best region in Croatia for making restrained examples of many different styles of wine. His Millenium sparkling wine is made in large oak casks for primary fermentation, with minimal intervention in both the vineyard and the cellar. Tomislav feels that understanding of nature and the natural process of both grape-growing and winemaking are essential to crafting high quality, unique, and delicious wines.