Soli Pinot Noir, 2017, Edoardo Miroglio, Thracian Valley
A Bulgarian Pinot Noir? It would have to be something special right? Well, this is. Flavours abound here - red cherry, orange, and heady perfumes combine for a moreish drink. And drink you shall, because not only is this a better Pinot Noir than you'll find in many places, its also priced to be drunk by those who always say yes to another glass. (FYI - we're the ones who always say yes to another glass).
The Four Point Lowdown
- Ripe cherries and spices with a touch of violet
- Silky and gulpable
- Very versatile with food but a treat on its own
- Perfect for unpredictable weather
About this wine
As you curl up on the sofa, and pour out a glass well earned, you'll hope it comes from this bottle. Its ripe fruit and easiness on the palette are an end of day treat all of their own.
People look to Pinot Noir for a low tannin red with plenty of personality. Well look no further. There is more fruit here than you might expect, and its so easy to drink, you'll need to order them six at a time.
What Makes It So Grape?
Produced in Thracian Valley, Bulgaria
Edoardo Miroglio was inspired to begin winemaking in Bulgaria after learning the local traditions for creating divine drinks.
Bulgaria isn't the first place that comes to mind when you think of wine (not least Pinot Noir), but the climate and soil allow those who wander far to find real gems.