Broad Leaved Melnik
This unique grape variety - Broad-leaved Melnik Vine, grows only in the most south-westerrn part of the Bulgaria, where vine-growing and wine-making have long traditions. The hot sun and the specific features of the terroir contribute in a wonderful way to the quality of grapes. Moreover, the mastery of the winemakers in the region was acknowledged centuries ago.
Colour: Enjoyable ruby red colour with granite nuances and good intensity;
Aroma: Intensive aromas of ripe cherry, pepper and spice, complimented by delicate hints of black berries, leather and spicy tones of vanilla and tobacco.
Taste: Soft, rounded and full flavour. Harmony from the same fruit from the aroma. Spicy and fruity aftertaste.
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Food: smoked chicken, duck, ham, hamburger, lamb (grilled or broiled), pasta with tomato sauce, pates, steak (grilled or broiled), venison;
Cheese: Brie, Camember, Danish Blu, Sharp Cheddar;
Melnik is also the name of the smallest Bulgarian town, picturesquely situated amongst a fantastic scenery – strangely shaped pyramids of sand and limestone. During the 17th -18th century it became a flourishing tobacco and wine-producing center, whose fame spread to many European countries. The beautiful fortress-like houses with broad wine cellars, cut in the limestone rocks date back to this period.
|Grapes varieties||100% Melnik - Broad Leaved Melnik Vine|
|Region||Struma River Valley|