Cobo Winery

 

E Bardha e Beratit

E Bardha e Berati, "The White Grapes of Berat", is a product of the puls grape, found only in this region. Traditionally used to make raki, wine was first produced in 2003. This is the second of Çobo's signature wines.

Details:

  1. Name of product: “E bardha e Beratit” (“The White of Berati”).
  2. Name of wine producer: ÇOBO.
  3. Address of wine producer: Ura Vajgurore, Berati, Albania.
  4. Name of cultivar, of which the wine is made: “Puls i Bardhë” (“White Pulse”).
  5. Other synonymic names: Not applicable.
  6. Origin of cultivar: “Puls i Bardhë” (“White Pulse”) is an autochthonous Albanian cultivar belonging to “Proles Pontica” family. It forms a cluster of an average weight equal to 150 grams. It ripens during October 10-20. Its berry is of medium size. At the time of ripening, it contains 20-23 % sugar, and 5.5-6.5 grams of tartaric acid per litre.
  7. Destination of production: White wine.
  8. Geographic region of cultivation of vineyards with “Puls i Bardhë” (“White Pulse”) cultivar: The grape, of which the wine “E Bardha e Beratit” (“The White of Berati”) is made, is gathered from the vineyards and pergolas cultivated in Berati region consisting of lands situated in the montane area in an altitude of 400-700 meters above sea level. This region is not affected by sea winds. The vineyards are treated in a minimum way (2-3 sprays a year are applied). They are not treated with pesticides.
  9. Characteristics of wine:

·       Colour: It has a uniform yellow straw colour with light green hints.

·       Aroma: It has the fragrance of flowers, being the typical aroma of “Puls i Bardhë” (“White Pulse”.

·       Taste: It is a dry wine. It has good body and bouquet. It causes a slight irritation on your throat, leaving a long taste sensation behind.

·       Effervescence. It is a still wine.

·       Usage: This wine is advised to be consumed in temperature 10-12 °C, mainly accompanied with fish.