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VINICA MAVRUD BIO | From dried grapes

VINICA MAVRUD BIO | From dried grapes
VINICA MAVRUD BIO | From dried grapes VINICA MAVRUD BIO | From dried grapes VINICA MAVRUD BIO | From dried grapes VINICA MAVRUD BIO | From dried grapes VINICA MAVRUD BIO | From dried grapes

Brand: Zagreus Winery
Product Code: Mavrud
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Availability: In Stock
Price €15.90
Ex Tax: €13.14
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Officially The Best Bulgarian Wine For 2016

Vintages come and go, but quality remains untouched. This is the new Vinica Mavrud 2015!




Review The Wine and Food Association (Amsterdam, Netherlands):


"Mavrud, organic, the grapes have been dried for 2-3 months outdoors, 15 months oak aging in new Bulgarian barriques; intense colour, dark fruit, nice acidity, succulent, exciting, refreshing, well-balanced, spicy undertones, good oak integration, long fruity finish"


In the Top 5 Nominations for Wine of the Year.
28e Proefschrift Wijnconcours, Amsterdam 2016



An intriguing wine made solely from the Mavrud variety. In order to concentrate the sugar and acidity, the grapes have been dried for 3 months on straw mats before fermentation. Once the grapes have shriveled, they have been pressed, followed by the fermentation. Vinica Mavrud ages for 15 months in new Bulgarian oak barriques. 

The Mavrud grapes of Zagreus Winery are picked by hands and 100% BIO.




Colour: Very deep, almost opaque, purple colour;
Aroma: Intense, almost porty nose, mix of aromas of bright cherry, raisin plums and dark chocolate;
Taste: The palate is rich with lovely ripe fruit - dense plum, cherry, raisin, a touch of plain chocolate with some fruit sweetness. Soft but prominent tannins on the finish too. The relatively high acidity keeps the fruit and alcohol in balance and helps lead this wine to a lovely velvety finish. Careful matching recommended!

For current vintage, alcohol percentage and more details go to the tab Specification.



  • GOUD MEDAL - International Bio Wine Award 2017, Germany;
  • GOLD MEDAL - Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2017;
  • SPECIAL AWARD BIO WINE - Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2017;
  • GOLD MEDAL - Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2016;
  • IN THE TOP 5 NOMINATIONS FOR WINE OF THE YEAR 2016 - 28e Proefschrift Wijnconcours, Amsterdam 2016;
  • 6TH PLACE IN TOP 50 Bulgaarse wijnen voor 2015 - DiVino Bulagaria;
  • SILVER MEDAL  - The Balkans International Wine Competition 2014;



Food: BBQ, Beef, Casseroles and Stews, Game, Duck, Lamb (Grilled, Broiled), Pasta with Tomato Sauce, Pates, Steak (Grilled, Broiled), Venison;
Cheese: Brie, Camember, Danish Blu, Sharp Cheddar;
Temperature: 17-18°C



We recommend you to open the bottle an hour before consumption and serve it in a glass with a big enough balloon to help the wine develop its entire beauty of aromas and flavours.


Grapes varieties 100% Mavrud
Vintage 2015
Type dry
Alc. % 14.5
Quantity 0,75
Oak aging 15 months
Oak barrels type 225 l new Bulgarian oak barriques
Region Protected Geographical Indication, Thracian Valley

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