White mutation of a familiar red grape. The grapes Plavac mali sivi are the result of spontaneous mutations of the standard genotype Plavac mali grapes. The bunches of grapes are gray and give a full-bodied wine with pronounced fruity aromas. Over the past 3 years the Bura family has separated a small plot of this recently discovered mutation. It is the first sustainable vineyards of this varietal in the world. Organically farmed and manually harvested. Fermented naturally in open vats with four days of skin contact; 6 months in neutral oak barrels; 12 months in bottle.