Thracian Valley, Bulgaria

Rough Day

Thracian Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

Just the way to cap off LW’s rough day. — 23 days ago

Bonnie Hodur
with Bonnie


Thracian Valley Rosé Blend 2019

Very unusual rosé that smells and tastes like a light red. Lots of depth with soft floral notes. — 2 months ago

Logodaj Winery

Struma valley Melnik 55

Великолепный вкус ягод и горных трав с легким послевкусием шоколада. Рекомендую с мягким сыром. — 14 days ago

Domaine Bessa Valley

Enira Petit Red Blend 2016

A big red. Quite intense in fact. Tasty though. Needs strong foods as it is a bit much just to sip. Good though and quite unexpected. — a month ago

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Katarzyna Estate

Question Mark Katarzyna Vineyards Red Blend 2016

Nice blend with solid fruit but not too jammy — 2 months ago

Edoardo Miroglio

Soli Thracian Valley Pinot Noir

Sommelier paired this with venison tartar! — 6 months ago

Rough Day

Danube Plain Pinot Noir

Refined #pinotnoir from #danubeplain Bulgaria - tart cherry, sous bois and faint rose petals on nose; medium bodied, soft cherry notes and tantalizing acidity. Great QPR for ~$10 at Costco. — a month ago

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Bononia Estate

Gomotartzi Danube Plain Gamza

A good chardonnay. More on the dry side, with apricot on the nose. — a month ago

Libera Estate

Keratsuda Orange 2020

Here’s a fun one to try, the native Katsuda grape from Bulgaria. Not a lot of oranges out there so I’m always up for trying one when I come across them. Fascinating bouquet of tangerine pith and grapefruit rind, honeysuckle and orange blossom, walnuts, turpentine, and cold steel. On the palate fresh orange and pineapple slices, ripe peaches and grapes, with notes of bitter greens, ginger, and well integrated woodiness, and a pungent heat of white and cayenne pepper on the finish. Fresh juicy mouthfeel with a fairly short finish (which is great as I’ve been in a mood for light summer sippers lately) except for the spice heat which lingers a good while. Would probably go fantastic with salads or light starches like pilaf or farro. — 3 months ago

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