Sary Pandas

Sary Pandas is an old grape variety grown mainly in the Sudak district of Krym (Crimea), southern Ukraine.

Colour, Aromas and Taste Profile

Sary Pandas has white, thin-skinned berries. It is generally made into amber-coloured, fragrant, spicy, full-bodied dessert wines, rarely encountered as a dry wine.

Fresh Sary Pandas grapes on the vine

Regional Features & Food Pairings

It is found mainly in the Sudak district of Krym, southern Ukraine. It is also found in Russia. Sary Pandas is late budding and ripening, and is functionally female-only so needs another variety for pollination. It has the advantage of attaining high sugar levels in the berries while retaining fresh acidity as long as the vines are in warm, sunny sites. Sary Pandas are often blended with other varieties, in order to make a fragrant, spicy, full-bodied dessert wine. Dessert wines made from Sary Pandas are best paired with rich and sweet dishes such as fruit tarts, cakes and pastries.

Foods to pair with Sary Pandas:

Asian food
Fun Fact about Sary Pandas
Sary Pandas is an old variety first described in 1803

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