Шардоне Царев Брод 2015
Гроздето за виното е брано средата на септември 2015 от лозята на Винарска изба Царев Брод до град Шумен.
Виното е ферментирало при температура от 18 °C – 30% във френски дъб.
Отлежало върху фините утайки осем месеца е бутилирано в края на юни 2016.
Бистър, искрящ зелено-златист цвят – свеж и красив. Въздържан, елегантен нос със зрели тропически плодове, захаросана кора от цитрус и сурова ядка. Свежо, средно тяло с фини нотки на лимонова тарта и деликатни варовикови нотки.
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Tsarev Brod is a family wine cellar located in the village of Tsarev Brod, Shumen region, near the only rock bas-relief in Europe - the Madara Horseman - a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The winery has over 270 decares of its own vineyards, in which the Sauvignon Blanc, Traminer, Chardonnay, Riesling and Pinot Noir varieties are grown. The terroir is determined by the climatic features of the Middle Danube Plain, located at 250 m above sea level. The cellar is located next to the vineyard.All wines of the same producer
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