The monastery's history is believed to date back to the Middle Ages and it came under the possession of the Serbian king by the end of the 13th century. After several more centuries of monastic use, and being destroyed and rebuilt a few times, the monks of the monastery Tvrdoš began a new chapter of winemaking at the property about a decade ago. Today the estate includes a cellar dating back to the 15th century as well as modern wine production facility with new equipment incorporated into the historic site. Vranac is an important, inky purple varietal wine in Montenegro and North Macedonia. The monks' note on this selection: "Aged 24 months in old monastic oak barrels. Classic Vranac of Petropavlovo polje with distinctive flavors of dried cranberry and pleasant notes of overdone bread. The taste is very refreshing, with particular tones of fresh berries. Acids are living, vibrant, and last to the very finish, in which a pure flavor of ripe cherry is distinguished."
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