Shadrapa is one of those very promising new wineries in Tunisian, where wine seems to have never been so good.
Tunisia has an extraordinary wine potential, with silty clay and limestone soils and a Mediterranean climate ideal for winegrowing.
In northwestern Tunisia, on the Medjerda, the only river in the country, is the Shadrapa Estate, which takes its name from the Phoenician god Shadrapa, the god of wine.
A very nice vineyard of 240 hectares, mainly planted on clay and limestone slopes, with Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache Gris, Cinsault, Syrah and Chardonnay.
The estate's rosé wines, mainly made from the Grenache grape variety, are delicious, producing wines of immediat pleasure, refreshing and very precise. We loved them!