Sukholimansky Bely

Sukholimansky Bely is a versatile Ukrainian cross produces fresh and lightly floral white wines. It is a CHARDONNAY × Plavaï cross obtained by Y S Komarova, M P Tsebriy, A N Kostyuk, P K Ayvazyan and E N Dokuchaeva in 1949.

Colour, Aromas and Taste Profile

Sukholimansky Bely has lemon-green colour berries. The grapes are usually made into dry and medium-dry blends, often with Aligoté. The wine is soft but aromatic, with lots of whtie blossoms, citrus, and apple aromas.

Fresh Sukholimansky Bely grapes on the vine

Regional Features & Food Pairings

It is found mainly in the Odessa, Nikolaev and Kherson regions in the south of Ukraine and also in Krasnodar, south-east Russia. Sukholimansky Bely is relative productive, vigorous and mid ripening with thin but durable berry skins. Sukholimansky Bely pairs well with light fish dishes and summer salads.

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Fun Fact about Sukholimansky Bely
Plavaï is a once-popular but now almost extinct Moldovan variety.

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