The
Wines
St. Savva’s Field 2011 - Hilandar Shop
Deep red color with purple nuances at the rim. Rich taste with black fruits, licorice flavours and traces of leather and cassis. Fine tannins, long and delightful aftertaste. St. Sava's Field 2011 remains for 12 months in French oak five-ton barrels, 12 months in oak barrels of 225 lt. and 12 months in the bottle.
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Hilandar Red 2017 - Hilandar Shop
Deep ruby with purple hues. Aromas like wild sour cherry, black currant, cherry and thyme. Rich, tasty in the mouth with noticeable acidity and velvety texture. Hilandar remains for 12 months in oak barrels of 225 lt. and 12 months in the bottle.
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Hilandar Rosé 2019 - Hilandar Shop
Pale salmon color, elegant nose with intense aromas of strawberry, queen Anne cherries and white fleshed fruit. Medium volume mouth with refreshing acidity and flavor characteristics of red and citrus fruit, among with notes of toffee. Long and fruity aftertaste.
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We live in a world of abundance. Sometimes it seems that we have everything. Except time.

Timeless Mount Athos. A UNESCO World Heritage site. Far from the “distraction of the distractions,” the blips and beeps, likes and shares and the endless breaking news updates in the hectic world we live in.

Providing time… The time needed to create exceptional wine.

The Holy Monastery of Hilandar. Where grapes are cultivated at vineyards dating back to the foundation of the monastery, producing wines steeped in monastic tradition, made with love and devotion by the monks of Hilandar since 1198.

The
Vineyards

St. Sava’s Field stretches from the Aegean Sea reaching up the slopes of Mount Athos. Within 17 hectares, selections of Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon are cultivated. The microclimate of Mount Athos, with its cold nights and mild warm days, makes this an ideal location to grow grapes of exceptional quality.

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The
Winery

Wine has always played a role in everyday monastic life at the Holy Monastery of Hilandar.

Following a devastating fire in 2004, which destroyed a large part of the monastery, the monks decided to expand the winery in order to share the treasure of Hilandar and generate the revenues required for restoration.

Today, there is a modern winery located in a traditional stone building with cellars dating back to 1734 near the St. Sava’s Field vineyard.

A portion of all sales go directly to restoring the monastery and its treasures.

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Harvest

Harvest time. When grapes are harvested by monks of the Holy Monastery of Hilandar, against the backdrop of the Tower of Miloutin.

Timeless… The way it’s been since vines were first planted in St. Sava’s Field in 1198.

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Visit
Hilandar

It takes time to get to Mount Athos. The sacred mountain. But as soon as you get there you step back in time. And you rediscover time.

Time for the spirit. Time for the soul. Time to consider. Time to reflect. Time to connect. Time to be.

Find time to visit the Holy Monastery of Hilandar. Time to discover the treasures of the monastery. The rich simplicity of monastic life.

Time to experience the wines of Hilandar.