Dry whites wines from the coast of the Black Sea
The set consists of:
Beykush Telti Kuruk x2
Rare grape variety from Ukraine. The wine is young, a bit grassy with pear, peach, green apple and lemongrass notes. The aftertaste has hints of honey, some spiciness and a mineral finish. A mouth-watering and very memorable wine. A wonderful aperitif. Beykush Telti Kuruk wine pairs beautifully with salads and fish.
Grape: Telti Kuruk. Alcohol content: 12,5%. Vintage: 2022.
Beykush Amphora Riesling x2
Beautiful white wine from the Mykolaiv region, which has been aged in amphoras. Beykush Amphora Riesling has fermented on berry skins in 250-liter Italian amphoras. The wine has aged for about 5 months. Total production of 2022 harvest was only 1500 bottles of wine. The aroma has wild flowers and fruits, the taste has hints of apples, apricots, kiwi and citrus fruits. Beykush Amphora Reisling pairs well with seafood and poultry. Serving temperature: 10-14°C/50-57F.
Grapes: Riesling. Alcohol content: 12%. Vintage: 2022.
Beykush Artania white x2
The Artania series was created according to the French principle of ‘household wine’ – a wine from different varieties and vineyards that are blended in one cuvée to show the style of the winery and the characteristics of the area where the grapes grow. Beautifully balanced wine from the Black Sea region. The taste is rich – from fragrant apples to flowers and honeydew melons. The aftertaste has a pleasant character with almond notes. Goes well with seafood, salads and white meat. Serving temperature: 10-12°C/50-53F.
Grape: Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Rkatsiteli, Riesling. Alcohol content: 13,5%. Vintage: 2022.
Beykush Winery, the most award-winning winery in Ukraine, is lying on 11-hectare plot on the Beykush peninsula of the Black Sea. It is surrounded by the sea on three sides, which works as a great natural air conditioner, softening the climate in dry years, and the wind reduces significantly the risk of fungal vine diseases. There are mostly French and Italian grape varieties, but also some experimental vineyards with Alvarinho, Timorasso and Tempranillo, Pinotage and local Telti-Kuruk.
Mykolaiv wine region has vineyards of 15 thousand ha. It belongs to the wider Black Sea Wine region which is made up of Odessa, Kherson and Mykolaiv itself. The climate in the region is warm in the summer and mild in the winter. Warm and moderately humid autumn enables the normal development and ripeness of grapes and dry periods before harvesting allow to obtain high-quality grapes.
Case content updated on 17.07.2023