Mola Wines - A Unique Winemaking and Tasting Experience in Montenegro
Wines inspired by love and family affection!
The southern Mediterranean soil and mountainous terrain, combined with the favourable climate (the sun shines for 290 days a year and this region enjoys cooler winters than the rest of the Adriatic coast) have established a long tradition of viticulture and winemaking.
The most famous grape growing part of the country is called Crmnica and it's located in the Skadar Lake basin in the central part of the state which is furthermore connected to Podgorica basin that goes all the way towards Danilovgrad and Niksic.
Besides Vranac and KrstaÄ, by which Montenegro is most famous when it comes to wines, (followed by âPlantaÅ¾e 13.julâ, as the biggest wine producer in the country), there are also different sorts of wines produced mostly in smaller and local wineries. Local wine production is wide-spread across the whole country, with a rising number of wineries and wine tours.
One of them is Mola Winery, settled in the beautiful landscapes of Rogami village, in the north of Podgorica. Wine production that has started as a hobby in 2009, has turned into a serious family business which attracts attention amongst local and regional wine producers. The owner of the winery, Mirko has transformed a rocky and wild terrain of Rogami, into a green paradise that has been recognised by the inhabitants. Mirko has created this specific vision he follows, towards the things that inspire him â love and family. This has helped him to develop his ideas and make every Mola wine stand out because of the unique way he prepares each winemaking process and filling each bottle of Mola Wine.
Winemakers at Mola are interested in innovation and with their products, they test new technologies and methodologies. But on the other hand, they are also guided by the fact that only nature can provide the best resource to work with. The small cellar for wine production, wine keeping, and degustation has been placed 6 meters underground, giving it natural isolation. The wine cellar also includes a room for wine tasting which is open to visitors every day from 8 am to 8 pm.
Davis Instrument - Modern Agriculture
After each harvest, dozens of blends are prepared of which only a selected few get to be presented to the consumers. Some of them are:
The Emi Rose
These wines are a unique experience that we recommend to everyone willing to taste something genuinely Montenegrin and to all wine lovers! You can't miss this tasteful experience if you happen to visit Podgorica or Montenegro!