Sungurlare Misket 2006

Мискет Сунгурларе 2006

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Vinex Slavyantsi
Bulgaria (България) 
Misket (Мискет)
€ 4.60  
Added by demiro
31 Mar 2009

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Temperature: 12 °C
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Terroir (French pronunciation: [tεʁwaʁ]; Spanish: terruño, pago) was originally a French term in wine, coffee and tea used to denote the special characteristics that geography bestowed upon them. It is a group of agricultural sites in same region which share the same soil, weather conditions and ...
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16 Jul 2010

unfortunately you can no longer find it (do not confuse it with the sungurlarski misket from the same winery which is shit by the way). shame on you, brothers. why do you give up all bulgarian varieties for the sake of anything foreign. ( i apologize for writing in english but my laptop has no cyrillics.) the sungurlarski (or red) misket was the best bulgarian white ever. this was the only bulgarian wine mentioned in hugh johnson's famous wine encyclopedia 30 years ago (along with the melnik red, of course). google it if you want. why did you give up so early? do you think you can compete internationally with the boring high-yield varieties all other wine countries are producing? i am drinking your chardonnays, and sauvignons, and merlots, just because i am bulgarian and used to drink your misket sungurlare a few years ago.
16 Jul 2010
 Don't despair, Stoyan... There are other Miskets on the market - just check on the wines by variety and you will see (there are both miskets and red miskets). Well - not that many, but still, you can find some.