Code: CZ0203 | Brand: Zborovsky Winery

Zborovsky Winery - Wine mead (Frankovka) - 0.5 l 15%, glass

€7.70 €6.36 excl. VAT
In stock (>5 pcs)
This mead is made from bee honey and wine must of the Frankovka variety.
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Category: Melomels
Weight: 1 kg
Producer: Vinařství V & M Zborovský, v.o.s.
Production process: cold process
Alcohol: 15%
Sweetness: semi-sweet
Volume: 0.5 l
Country of origin: Czech republic
Price/l: € 15.40
Recommended as a gift: for a boyfriend or husband
Original title: Vinná medovina
Composition: wine must, honey
Vintage: 2016
Good for hot mead: yes

This mead is made from bee honey and wine must of the Frankovka variety.

The aroma can be seen strong honey and pleasant fruitiness with a touch of gingerbread. Pleasantly sweet and honey in taste. We recommend serving chilled, supplemented with a slice of lemon.

Suitable for desserts and cheeses.


Mead is an alcoholic beverage fermented from honey and water, with possibility of addition of other ingredients such as spices or herbs or in combination with fruit juices.

Melomel - pyment

Pyment is a subtype of melomel in which wine grape juice is used instead of water.

Production process

This mead was made cold. This means that during its production, the honey was not heated above 40-45 °C, which is the normal temperature in nature to which honey is resistant. At higher temperatures, some precious components of honey can be damaged and degraded. Cold-made mead is the best choice.

This mead is suitable for heating, but we recommend always keeping the maximum heating temperature to approx. 50-55 ° C. At higher temperatures, the precious components of honey could be damaged. For heating, we recommend sweeter and more pronounced mead, especially those with the addition of spices or herbs, the aroma of which pleasantly emerges when heated. However, you can taste the mead according to your wishes, as well as mulled wine.

Producer Zborovsky Winery

V&M Zborovský Winery is a company of a purely family character based primarily on the traditional values of Moravian viticulture.