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The reason to drink Bulgarian wines

Tradition
From all Eastern European wine producing countries, Bulgaria has been the most successful. This is due to the fine quality of the vinification and viticulture which has produced wines from this region since the times of the Thracians.Bulgarian winemakers have masterfully blended the finest grapes with hallowed tradition and imaginative innovation to make wines, which are exquisite with their vivid and brilliant color, exclusive and explicit fruit flavor, perfectly formed bouquet, very pleasant and balanced taste.
Bulgarian wines are rich to the senses with an excellent long tasting aftertaste, confirming its promise for flavor to the palate.

Popularity
The commercial success of Bulgarian wines dates back to 1970. This was assisted by the world famous wine department at the University of Davis California, which succeeded in promoting what is now known as a 'global' quality product.

Wide variety
International wine lovers could recognise the familiar French and German grape varietals such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Riesling and Chardonnay. These varietals were accompanied by the Bulgarian indigenous grapes such as the black Gamza, Mavrud, and Melnik, and the white Misket and Dimiat



· DIMYAT
Late ripening white wine sort. It is cultivated throughout the whole country, but the most wide distribution it has gained around the Black sea coast, the regions of Shoumen . Preslav and Chirpan. The leaf is middle to large by size, with strong reticular wrinkles. On the upper side it has a slight web-like pubescence, on the lower side bristly pubescent. The grape is middle by size, conic, sometimes with wings, semi-compact to loose, often with grapes different by size. The grape is large, oval, well caught, slightly fleshy with a slight vanilla flavour. The skin is of middle thickness, almost tough, coloured in yellow-green. From this sort are produced white table wines and wine materials for the production of wine brandy.
 

· RED MISKET
Late ripening wine sort. It can be found throughout the whole country but its wider distribution is in the Sungurlare valley and the Karlovo region. The leaf is large, almost round. The upper side of the skin has reticular wrinkles, from the lower side it is slightly bristly with slight pubescence. The grape is middle by size, almost spherical. When the grape is compact the grapes are deformed. The grape is juicy, the skin is middle in thickness, tough, coloured from rosy to red. From the . Red misket. sort are obtained high quality white dry wines with a pleasant light misket flavour.
 

· VRATZA MISKET
Middle early ripening local white misket sort, known as well as "hard Tamianka". Its area of distribution is limited. The larger plots of it are cultivated in the region of Vratza. Middle by size, developed leaf, round in form. The upper side of the skin has reticular wrinkles, from the lower side it is slightly bristly with slight pubescence. The grape is small to middle by size, cylindrically conic and semi-compact. The grape is small to middle by size, the skin is thick, tough, coloured in yellow-green with rusty stains. From it are obtained original wines with strong and constant misket flavour.
 

· PAMID
The "Pamid" is one of the oldest Bulgarian sorts. Middle early ripening red wine sort. Its distribution is greater in southern Bulgaria. The developed leaf is large, round by shape, bent at the top like a funnel. On the upper side it has slight web-like pubescence, on the lower side it is slightly pubescent with thick short bristles. The grape is middle by size, cylindrically semi-compact to loose, depending on the branch. The grape is middle by size, elliptic slightly elongated. The skin is thin, frail, transparent, coloured in red, and in some sorts - dark red. The wines, obtained from this type of sort are characterized by slightly coloured appearance, lightness and easy drinking quality, designated for quick consumption.
 

· GAMZA
Late ripening sort. Distributed mainly in the central and northeastern part of Northern Bulgaria - Suhindol, Kramolin, Pleven and Novo Selo. The Gamza is the most widely spread Bulgarian wine sort. The developed leaf is large, wider than long, round in shape, bent upwards. The skin has slight web-like pubescence from the upper side and from the lower side it is pubescent bristly with rusty nuance. The grape is middle by size, with wings, most often with one wing, almost compact. The grape is middle by size, almost spherical, slightly fleshy. The skin is middle by thickness, frail, coloured in blue-red. From the . Gamza. grapes are being obtained well coloured, easy for drinking wine which develop positive qualities upon aging.
 

· MAVRUD
Late ripening red wine sort. Distributed in south Bulgaria - the regions of Assenovgrad, Plovdiv, Pazardjik, Chirpan, Stara and Nova Zagora. The leaf is large, having slight web-like wrinkles from the upper side, covered with slight web-like pubescence, strongly pubescent bristly from the lower side. The grape is large, winged, strongly widened to the basis. It is semi-compact, sometimes loose. The grape is middle by size, fleshy and juicy. The skin is middle by thickness, coloured in dark blue, strongly covered with dust. The wines, obtained from this sort are thick, well coloured, proper for continuous aging.
 

· WIDE MELNIK VINE
Very late ripening red wine sort. Bears its name from the region where it is most widely distributed - the town of Melnik. Supposedly it is an ancient Thracian sort. The leaf is large to very large, slightly flattened. From the upper side it has web-like wrinkles, from the lower side it has bristly pubescence. The grape is middle by size, semi-flattened to flattened, conic, sometimes winged. The grape is middle by size, oval, juicy. The skin is thick, tough, coloured upon ripening in blue-black, with thick wax coating. The obtain wines are characterized with dark red colour, thick, upon continuous aging they improve there taste qualities.

High quality
Bulgarian wines are graded into three different categories. This has been the result of the implementation of wine laws which were introduced back in 1978.
   Standard Wines - Basic light wines
   High Quality Wines - These wines are generally without geographical origin, and are sold under a brand name.
   Special Wines - This broad band of category includes sparkling and fruit wines
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