FAMILY COLLECTION Mavrud | By Zagreus
An extraordinary red wine from sunny Thrace!
Many wine lovers already know our VINICA Mavrud, made from dried grapes. A wine that has been often officially rated as the best Bulgarian wine in the recent years. Internationally recognised by Jancis Robinson, by Perswijn and Proefschrift in Amsterdam and many other organisations and wine critics.
Now we are happy to bring to your attention VINICA's big brother - FAMILY COLLECTION. Unbelievable! You can expect incredibly full body and even richer multi-layered tastes and extracts that lead to surprisingly enormous drinking pleasure. True wine lovers will appreciate it!
For current vintage, alcohol percentage and more details go to the tab Specification.
WE RECOMMEND ...
We recommend you to open the bottle and decant the wine at least 2 hours before consumption. Please serve it in a glass with a big enough balloon to help the wine develop its entire beauty of aromas and flavours.
Serving temperature: 16-17°C
Southern Region – Thracian Lowlands
This region includes around 35% of the vineyard massifs and is characterized by a moderate continental climate and good distribution of precipitation during the vegetation period.
Zagreus Winery was built in 2004, the year of the first harvest. The winery is an ultra modern building with a fully integrated cycle of production. In order to perform maximum quality control during the whole process of wine production, Zagreus only uses grapes from its own vineyards.
As of 2010 all wines of Zagreus are organic according to the directives of the European Union. No herbicides or pesticides are used in the vineyards. The owners are proud of their fully integrated cycle of production. The whole process from the vines to the bottle happens at one place and is in "own hands", which guarantees full quality control.
|Grapes varieties||100% Mavrud|
|Fermentation||Temperature controlled stainless steel vats|
|Oak aging||24 months|
|Oak barrels type||225 l new Bulgarian oak barriques|
|Region||Protected Geographical Indication, Thracian Lowlands|