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Edoardo Mirolglio (EM) 100% Mavrud

Descriptions:

Grape Varietal: 100% Mavrud (indigenous Bulgarian grape variety), from a selected vineyard.

The wines made from the late-ripening, low yielding Mavrud varietal have a deep, ruby colour with firm tannins and balanced acidity that frame the blackberry and red, ripe fruit developing a powerful, complex aroma. It has a full-bodied, dense and harmonious taste.

Mavrud is probably the most highly valued local grape variety. Bulgarians take great pride in Mavrud and actively look for wines from this variety in the market. It has been renowned and coveted since the Ancient Trojan War times.

What does Mavrud compare to?  Mavrud is likely to be a predecessor of Nebbiolo.

Fabulous aromas, much-like a beautiful Piemonte Barolo. Deep and rich, yet elegant.

Appelation:
Thracian Valley, Bulgaria
Producer:
Edoardo Miroglio (EM)
Accolades:
Availability:
Available at BCLDB
Price:
licensee 21.49/16.91 wholesale

Santa ‘Ilia Merlot & Mavrud

Descriptions:

Edoardo Miroglio winery was established in 2002 with it’sfirst production in 2005 by an Italian vigneron in Bulgaria!

The winery is located in the southern region of the Thracian Lowlands with approximately 220 hectares of vineyards, covering the hillside of Saint Ilia, which descends to the village of Elenovo, in the Thracian Valley, Bulgaria

Aroma: Attractive dark fruit and plum aromas, dry leaves, toast, vanilla and spices.

Taste: Soft & fresh, a little tart …get ready to pucker up!

Ageing: 12 months ageing in French and Bulgarian oak

Serving suggestion: Pizza, pasta, grilled meats, hard cheeses.

Appelation:
Thracian Valley, Bulgaria
Producer:
Edoardo Miroglio (EM)
Accolades:
Mavrud is probably the most highly valued local grape variety. Bulgarians take great pride in Mavrud and actively look for wines from this variety in the market. It has been renowned and coveted since the Ancient Trojan War times.
Availability:
SPEC +290098
Price:
Licensee 14.49/11.98 wholesale