Now you can taste the Croatian wine that is rumoured to be served at the Royal Wedding. The Croatian wine, Traminac 2015, from Iločki Podrumi is reported to have been chosen by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as one of the wine to mark their special day on the 19th of May. This very same wine was served at Queen Elizabeth II coronation 65 years ago. And to help the royal couple fans get in the festive spirit the specialised Croatian wine company “Wine and More” is offering the very same wine on their website.
According to the company Traminac 2015 is the superior quality dry white wine with a very unique and distinctive taste and smell. The grape produces aromatic and very floral wines, which makes it easily recognizable right from the moment when you pour the wine in a glass: it announces itself with sensual aromas of roses, honey and raisins. This noble wine has a rich, complex, harmonious and sweet taste.
In fact, Traminac and the Ilok Cellars have a long standing relationship with the British Royal Family. It is the first and only Croatian wine, on the official royal wine list. And not only was it served on the Queen’s Coronation but also when Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall visited Croatia in 2016 they were presented with a rare 1947 vintage by the President of Croatia. And also back in 2011 a 2007 Traminac was sent to the Royal Court as a gift for the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Apparently Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have selected a selected berry harvest Traminac from 2015 which is an exclusive limited line and an award winner at the 2016 Decanter World Wide Awards.