Melnik White /Blanc de Noir/
Melnik is a red, late-ripening variety, grown in exclusively in Bulgaria. White wine from red grapes? Yes, that's right, possible and successfully! The result: Melnik White / Blanc de Noir /.
Colour: Pale yellow colour with nice greenish nuances.
Aroma: Aromatic, notes of apple, plum and pear; lemon and fresh oregano in the background;
Taste: Soft in the palate, good structure. The fruits of the aroma dominate the taste. Medium full, enjoyable. Puur and fresh aftertaste with a pinch of menthol.
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Food: antipasti, artichokes, asparagus, carpaccio (tuna), chicken salad, cold meats, crab, curry (fish or chicken), lobster, mussels, nuts, olives, other white fish, oysters (raw), pasta salad, pasta with cream sauce, pasta with shellfish, pasta with vegetables, red snapper, salmon, sashimi, scallops, shrimp, smoked fish (trout, herring), striped bass, sushi, swordfish, thai, tuna, veal;
Cheese: Blue Castello, goat cheese, Gruyere, Mild Cheddar, Parmigiano‐Reggiano, Provolone, Sharp Cheddar
Temperature: 11-12 °C
|Grapes varieties||100% Melnik /Broad Leaved Melnik Vine/|
|Region||Struma River Valley|