Bulgaria might not be the first place that comes to mind when thinking of quality Pinot Noir, however in a sheltered little vineyard on the eastern side of the Thracian Valley, Italian winemaker Eduardo Miroglio is crafting delicious, juicy, perfumed pinot. I’ve tried this blind against many different pinot noirs from around the world and I was convinced it was a Santenay from Burgundy – and I wasn’t the only one in the group. The wine is light, fresh, fragrant with redcurrant and wild strawberry fruit and it’s dangerously easy to drink. Perfect for a Thursday evening when you are just in the mood for a glass of something delicious.
Buy a case of six and get a 7.5% discount and a case of 12 with a 10% discount.
Region: Thracian Valley Country: Bulgaria
Grape: Pinot Noir