Kometa No Man’s Land

Kometa No Man’s Land

(6 customer reviews)

189.00 DKK incl. moms

Vintage: 2015
Type: Dry Red Wine
Variety: 80% Merlot & 20% Cabernet Sauvignon

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Description

Kometa No Man’s Land

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The 5-mile strip of land between Bulgaria’s primary border and the main frontier with its southern neighbours – a narrow strip of land, which previously separated the worlds of Socialism and Capitalism – is an environmental paradise, pollution-free with preserved wildlife.

Kometa No Man’s Land – Ultra premium category. Wine matures in French oak barriques for 10 months to develop a complex character without strong oak influence.  Made in very limited series. This wine is made for connoisseurs. The grapes were picked gently and prior to the harvest a two-step selection of bunches and grapes was carried out.

Deep ruby red color with soft glow, multi-layered nose with accents of wild berries confiture, raisins in liqueur, dark chocolate, delicate smoke. Body with velvety tannins and rich flavour of transformed fruit, long finish with a hint smoke.

Blend of 80% Merlot & 20% Cabernet Sauvignon.

Country: Bulgaria
Vintage: 2015
Type: Dry Red Wine
Wine Region: Thracian Lowland
Variety: 80% Merlot & 20% Cabernet Sauvignon
Alcohol: 14,5 %
Ageing: 10 months in French barriques
Bottles: 0,750 L / 6 per box and 1,5 L / 4 per box

6 reviews for Kometa No Man’s Land

  1. Jonas Nielsen

    Spiciness and slightly tannic still but I do not mind. The wine is kind of a sweet, maybe lacking the balance slightly though it is a very nice effort and very good wine from Bulgaria. A thick, fruity and jammy wine that will please full-bodied wine drinkers who enjoy Cabernet Sauvignon with Merlot on oak. Given the price I would definitely approach this wine again. I feel it is worth 90.

  2. Rune Sovndahl

    Lovely merlot warm full bodied yet fresh but dark and need flavour food will be best if it gets to breathe

  3. Héctor Coss

    Explosive as first impression… a constant surprise, sparkly and with a blend of flavours… Maybe too much information and for that it could be a little bit “over-design”. Overall a fun wine to drink and always a “crowd pleaser”.

  4. Rob Hirst

    Gorgeous wine… Seriously nice flavours

  5. Jason

    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

  6. Johan Milan

    It has to be noted that No Man’s Land has three different version: the simple, the gold and the Kometa. Above you see the most expensive premium bottle. I just have a glass of NML Kometa 2013 with me and I have to tell that this wine is my best experience in this year. I taste 10+ wines a week so it’s quite an achivement from a less known producer!

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