Only 1100 bottles of probably the best Graševina of this century, as they point out from the Ilok cellars, performed by the unique Principovac terroir, the main oenologist Vera Zima and the Old Cellar from 1450, additionally matured in the Adriatic Sea from 5 August 2018 to 3 August 2019. , at the place where the spring springs, located in the bay of Ike, an old fishing village near Opatija, which is a submerged speleological object at a depth of 22 meters with a constant temperature of 7 ° C. Ilok cellars have surfaced a cage with wine aged under the sea at a depth of 20 meters on the edge of an underwater source of fresh water or hot water, which were laid there a year ago for additional aging and maturation. “The wine is an intense yellow color with golden reflections. On the nose varietal recognizable, expressive minerality and complexity with pronounced fruitiness. The taste is sumptuous, elegant with a bitter-sweet, soft and unique finish of a discreet touch of the Adriatic. The influence of salt and waves felt exclusively on the cork, while the dance of the mistral, tramontana, bora and juga on the bottles created a unique record from the sea and “vrujskih”Depth” stand out from the Ilok cellars. Photo: Josip Čekada Photo: Ilok cellars An interesting tourist story and adventure of Ilok cellars, which certainly has a long waiting list for tasting this unique Graševina, which bears the stamp of the sea and the depths of the sea. The Ilok cellars have surfaced in Graševina Velika berba 2011, which has additionally matured in the last year in the Ike bay in the northern Adriatic, at the place where the spring, or hot spring, springs. But only a small number of people will have that honor, since these “sea” graševina were produced in a limited series of 1100 bottles.