2016 Wine of the Sea (Erdevik Winery) DEUX MERS Fruska Gora Serbia (6-bottle case)

$1,027.99 USD $1,140.00 USD

Winery Notes

"Submerging wines underwater for several months gave way to experimentation that brought Marko to ”Wine of the Sea”. A form of ”ageing” wines under the sea proved to be something that changed the wines. Very soon did he and the winemakers whose wines he sunk realize that the structure of the wine had changed, bringing them a wine that differs greatly from the same one resting in the cellars on land."

"Wines selected for submersion are among the world’s finest even before entering the Adriatic, but not every fine wine is made to be submerged. Each wine selected fits a specific set of characteristics that make it a qualified candidate for this aging process.

Each bottle is equipped with a special composite cork and sealed with two layers of wax ensuring that the bottles allow nothing to enter them while submerged."

"The bottles are placed 100-feet below the water’s surface. The conditions at these depths make nature’s greatest wine cellar.


  • Temperatures are consistently cool
  • Zero light from the sun is able to reach the bottles
  • Aging is intensified and accelerated under tremendous pressure
  • Waves keep the bottles in motion, forcing molecular breakdown for a constant smoothing of the wine


Each bottle spends a minimum of one year under water, depending on what variety of wine is submerged. Some bottles are left to age for as many as two years."

"The vibrant fruit flavors of dark cherries and blackcurrant are followed by hints of pepper, wet leaves, and tobacco. A delicious, long lasting tart finish rounds up the flavor profile and gives balance to this bold style of wine. Deux Mers is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, and Merlot, perfectly designed for 22 months of aging under the sea."

About the Winery:
"Erdevik Winery is named after Erdevik Village, based in Fruska Gora, Serbia. The winery was built by Livio Odescalchi in 1826. The unique vineyards span over a 40ha rectangle along the Danube River. Deep-rooted old vines reach through the alluvial topsoil all the way down to the fossil remains of the sea creatures from leftover Pannonian Sea sediments. This results in big and robust, yet complex wines, with the ability to age for years."