The Vinex Slavyantsi 2006 Slavyantsi Estate Pinot Noir (Thracian Valley) wine is of the Pinot Noir variety from Bulgaria, produced within the Slavyantsi Estate vineyard in the Thracian Valley province. The cost is $10. This wine has a score of 91/100 (an outstanding score).
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Named after the state’s coastal Tinta, this catfish-dominated wine is a blend of 53 Grenache, 33 Viognier and 10 Roussanne. It offers ample acidity and a crisp, refreshing aftertaste, attracting a group of partygoers who could use more elegance.
Aromas of red currant, ripe plum and a whiff of anise emerge in the glass. The elegant, polished palate delivers juicy black cherry, crushed cranberry, star anise, vanilla and a hint of clove alongside polished tannins. It’s already approachable, so enjoy soon.
Soft and supple, this is a pure expression of the variety. Aromas of black plum, ripe plum and smoke lead the way while the full-bodied palate delivers black cherry, crushed raspberry, mocha and a streak of mocha. Soft tannins and fresh acidity provide the framework. Give it until 2020.
This is a juicy, lightly textured wine that is ready to drink. It has fresh acidity and a fresh, tangy aftertaste. Drink this wine now, or hold until early 2017.
It has a fresh, crisp character that is already attractive. The fruit is all green fruits, the acidity is bright, the aftertaste is clean. Drink now.
This comes from the Palais-de-Ville vineyard, close to the border of the Douro. It is light and fruity, with red-berry fruits and a crisp texture. It is a wine to drink now, but it is fully dry, with just a few minutes of tannins in the background. The aftertaste is clean and juicy.
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