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From far off in space, we observed your little blue and green planet, spinning around your great yellow sun at unimaginable speeds – well, at least they are unimaginable to you. And we realized that there was one special place on this planet with the perfect conditions to grow wine fit for the tastes of space: Stajerska, Slovenia.

Grapes as diverse as Pinot Blanc, Pinot Noir, Pinot Grigio, Riesling, and even the hard-to-pronounce ones (we’re looking at you, Žametna Črnina) thrive in the harsh environment of these rocky hills. Made entirely by … erm, hand… and treated with the highest degrees of technology and care, we have created three wines that truly give you the taste of the cosmos. Space juice, if you will.

And if you ever found yourself gazing up the sky and asking: do aliens make wine? Now, you have your answer.

Wines from Grape Abduction

Grape Abduction Orange

Blend: Pinot Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Riesling
Aging: 5 months in the bottle

A light amber color with aromatically rich nose of ripe golden apple, quince, sweet brown spice box, and hints of honey. On the palate, the wine is round with flavors notes from the nose and a good minerality. The finish is smooth and lingering with highlighted notes of sweet brown spices.

Grape Abduction Rose

Blend: Žametna črnina
Aging: 5 months in stainless steel tanks

Darker pink color bursting with notes of ripe wild berries, wild strawberries, and a hint of violet. On the palate, the wine is round, fruity, with a refreshing acidity after the mid-palate that carries the red fruit aromas to a long and smooth finish. Enjoy on any hot day (or not), on any occasion, by itself or with light fare.

Grape Abduction White

Blend: Pinot Blanc, Yellow Muscat
Aging: 5 months in stainless steel tanks

A bright and refreshing nose with aromas of white flowers, citrus, white peach, and lychee. On the palate, the wine is crisp and vibrant, with refreshing aromas expressed on the nose. The finish is long with a nice acidity denoting lots of white fruit and another hint of lychee notes. A great wine for an aperitif, seafood, and shellfish.

Grape Abduction Tech Sheets:

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