KOTTA 299 Gamza
Discover the Gamza Grape Variety. A wine you must try ...
**** - VERY GOOD
Review Perswijn (Amsterdam, Netherlands):
"Blackberries, black currants, raisins, cinnamon, licorice, dark, coffee, lovely power"
Drink now or within 3 years.
* Perswijn is the leading independent wine magazine in The Benelux.
Colour: Bright and vivid colour with a garnet-red rim;
Aroma: Multi-layered aromas of succulent black cherry, freshly made blackberry jam, roasted pumpkin, elderberries, cinnamon and vanilla;
Taste: Full-bodied, yet elegant flavour. Black cherry, blackberries and exotic spices, round tannins en exquisite oak impressions. Enjoyable aftertaste.
For current vintage, alcohol percentage and more details go to the tab Specification.
Food: BBQ, Beef, Casseroles and Stews, Game, Duck, Hamburger, Lamb (Grilled, Broiled), Pasta with Tomato Sauce, Pates, Steak (Grilled, Broiled), Venison;
Cheese: Brie, Camember, Danish Blu, Sharp Cheddar, other predominantly matured cheeses;
We recommend you to open the wine an hour before consumption and to serve it in a glass with a big enough balloon to help the wine develop its entire beauty of aromas and flavours.
KOTTA 299 Gamza is made from another interesting typical Bulgarian grape variety. The Gamza grapes grow only in small micro areas in northern Bulgaria. The wine is full-bodied, spicy and powerful, yet elegant.
Suhindol Peak - the highest point of the Danube Plain, rises at 480 meters above sea level. This is a long ago extinct volcano, with a 8-9 meter wide crater. The volcanic ashes are rich in mineral content and have contributed to the formation of soils, excellent for vine-growing. Just below the peak, at the 299 meter mark, lie the vineyards wherefrom this unique wine has come to life.
|Grapes varieties||100% Gamza|
|Oak aging||8 months|
|Oak barrels type||225 l new French and American oak barriques|
|Region||Protected Geographical Indication, Danube Plain|