Orbelus Prima 2009

Орбелус Прима 2009

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Damianitza (Дамяница)
Bulgaria (България) 
Struma River Valley (Струма Регион)
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2010 [84]
Cabernet Sauvignon (Каберне Совиньон)

Syrah (Сира (Syrah))

Petit Verdot (Пти Вердо)

Early Melnik (Ранна мелнишка лоза)
Added by demiro
06 Jan 2011

Winemaker's notes:
Orbelus Prima is a regional wine which combines the powerful aroma of the unique Bulgarian grape variety Early Melnik with the distinctive rich taste of Cabernet Sauvignon. The Melnik grape is rare and grows only in this part of the world. It has been brought to this region from the Middle East by the soldiers of Alexander the Great 23 centuries ago and remains till this day one of the most exquisite grape varieties. The blend harmony is completed with Syrah and a touch of Petit Verdot. Aged for 8 months in French oak barrels.

Non filtered.

Limited quatity of 2698 bottles.

Produced and bottled from Damianitsa Ltd. from order and from private vineyards of BioAgroFoods 2000 Ltd.

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How to drink it
Food: Duck, Hamburger, Lamb (Grilled, Broiled), Pasta with Tomato Sauce, Pates, Steak (Grilled, Broiled), Venison
Cheese: Brie, Camember, Danish Blu, Sharp Cheddar
Temperature: 16 °C
Do all wines have Sulfites?
From the Reading Room
Yes - Sulfites are a natural byproduct of the fermentation process. According to Professor Roger Boulton, Ph.D., University of California at Davis, even if no sulfur dioxide (SO2) is added to wine, fermenting yeasts will produce SO2 from the naturally occurring inorganic sulfates in all grape ...
Comments & Ratings
06 Jan 2011

Много е хубаво виното... за разлика от етикета си, където като дизайн и като текст може още доста да се направи.
06 Jan 2011
07 Feb 2012
Strong taste, interesting coffee aroma. Bio wine indeed