The grapes undergo a partial drying process on trays within well-ventilated chambers, spanning approximately 120 days. Following this, the grape must undergoes a maceration period on the skins lasting seven to eight days, followed by vinification at lower temperatures. The fermentation is deliberately prolonged and gradual, spanning four to six weeks. Subsequently, the wine matures within Slavonian oak barrels with a capacity of 30-hectoliters (equivalent to 792 gallons) for a duration of two years. An additional six months of aging in bottles follows before the wine is introduced to the market. With a wide-ranging and intricate profile, it emits aromas reminiscent of untamed berries. This wine possesses a regal and plush quality, characterized by intensively fruity notes from the dried grapes. It stands as an ideal accompaniment to elegant dishes (particularly premium meat cuts) and aged cheeses of the highest maturity. Moreover, it can be relished on its own as a concluding indulgence after a meal.