Wine makers



The history of the Degrassi winery begins at the end of the 1980s, when they started producing wine for the needs of their own restaurant. Encouraged by the good results and quality of the wine, a few years later they devoted themselves exclusively to winemaking and viticulture. Already by the end of the 1990s, they were building a modern wine cellar with all the accompanying facilities. Today, they cultivate about twenty hectares of vineyards on white and red land in the vicinity of Buje. They nurture autochthonous grape varieties - Istrian malvasia, teran and refošk, as well as the well-known international grape varieties merlot, cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay and sauvignon blanc. Moreno really likes to explore, so you can find some rare grape varieties for Istria in the vineyard, such as viognier, petit verdot and pinot noir. He was the first of the Istrian winemakers to launch white and black coupages on the market under the Terre bianche cuvée label. The offer is rounded off by four labels of excellent sparkling wines obtained using the champagne method. They are present on the market with over twenty wine labels, and from their richly equipped archive can offer excellent wines from older vintages.


  • Malvazija istarska, Bonarchese, 0,75 l
  • Malvazija istarska, Bonarchese (barrique), 0,75 l
  • Chardonnay, Ferne, 0,75 l
  • Chardonnay, Ferne (barrique), 0,75 l
  • Muškat bijeli (white), San Pellegrin, poluslatki (semi-sweet), 0,5 l
  • Muškat bijeli (white), San Pellegrin, polusuhi (semi-dry), 0,5 l
  • Merlot, Contarini barrique, 0,75 l
  • Cabernet sauvignon, Contarini barrique, 0,75 l
  • Cabernet franc, Contarini barrique, 0,75 l
  • Teran, 1,75 l
  • Refošk, 0,75 l
  • Refošk, Contarini barrique, 0,75 l
  • Terre bianche (barrique) (cuvee bordolese), 0,75 l
  • Muškat ruža (rose), Cassanova, rose, 0,5 l

Mini boutique: Yes

Other products:

Grappa, Sparkling wine


International Wine Challenge 2020: Degrassi Terre Bianche Cuvee Blanc Riserva, 2015 [Silver/92]

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