Goldberg wines are the most precious and the most luxurious Belje wines. These are wines of the gold selection grown at special positions, picked in late and select harvests and produced as dry or semi-dry wines. Their high density and concentration of dry matter, the pleasant acidity and intriguing combination of primary, secondary and terciary aromas and tastes make Goldberg wines particularly suitable for high gastronomy.
Premium wines represent the premium, yet widely available line of Belje wines intended to provide our customers with high quality at moderate prices. These wines come from prestigious positions at the Banovo brdo hill and feature strong structure and a bouquet that blends primary fruity and sort-typical aromas, while the taste is dominated by a melange of fruity touches and pronounced minerality. Premium line wines have over the last years proven to be successful allies of exquisite cuisine, not only the local of Slavonia and Baranya, but also that of Istria and Dalmatia, as demonstrated by their omnipresence at the wine lists along the Adriatic coast. They have also won a number of international recognitions.
Belje's Select wines are an excellent value for money. While they are harvested by hand and the red wines age in large wooden barrels, their price makes them widely available indeed. There are very few Croatian and international wines in the price range of up to 5 euros to have won so many international medals as the Belje Select wines. The main organoleptic features of Select wines are their unrestrained fruitiness and freshness, with the minerality of the Baranya terroir unfailingly emerging through them. Select line wines are the perfect choice not only for the daily shopping in supermarkets and wine stores, but also for bistros, beach bars, grill and burger bars, pizzerias and cafés.
The main feature of of traditional top quality kulen (specific local sausage with red paprika) is its superb taste. Its select ingredients – quality meat produced at own farms and specially selected red paprika, as well as its ageing, which may take up to several months – represent a value that will enhance any table.