Indigenous to Bulgaria, the grape Mavrud has been around since ancient times, with first recorded plantings noted in the 9th century. It's known for its good acidity and pronounced tannins and generous character, almost reminiscent of some Italian reds. GM and viticulturist Alberto de la Rosa is hugely passionate about Mavrud. Catmint, cured meats with a touch of tobacco leaf, blackberries and blackcurrants. Wood spice and a touch of smoke. Really interesting.
Fresh, fruity and supple, this wine is an easy every day drinker from a great Rhone producer. Contains Sulphites
"At 11.5% alcohol, [Raza] is a blend of Arinto (50%), Azal (35%) and Trajadura (15%). With a fizzy crispness and easy, fruity finish (9 g/l making it perceptibly just a...
Dark fruit, leather and liquorice with a balanced cherry and spice palate and a hint of green on the finish. Contains Sulphites