Top Bulgarian wines
Delicious wines from the heart of the balkans
History of the Bulgarian Wine
The wine of ancient Thracians
In fact the best wine on offer by far is an oak aged, thoroughly rancio Dessert Melnik 1964 from Damianitza just over the border from Greece which would sell for a fortune if labelled Banyuls.
Uniqato Rubin is another good wine with a velvetiness that would have been unthinkable a few years ago, made from the scented Bulgarian 1940s crossing of Nebbiolo and Syrah. With a memorable name like that it could catch on.
Brilliant! Not atall what I expected from the Melnik Refined, with gorgeous long fine tannins, dark berries and maybe, just maybe some chocolate. The blend really takes the edge off the shiraz and makes this a great 'right - now' wine, but it'll probably hold up over a few years too.
Awesome.Who would've thought that a Bulgarian wine would be so good. Deep dark garnet hue. Plums and ripe red fruits on the nose & palate. Medium bodied. Tannins are young - better in time. Worth trying
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