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Chateau Burgozone is a family boutique winery in Bulgaria started in 2000. Located on the backs of the Danube River, the winery get its name from the Roman fortress built on the Roman road Via Istrum. Planting both local and international varietes, their philosophy is that the quality of the wines is created in the vineyards.
Wonderfully soft Pinot Noir from Bulgaria with red stone fruit aromas with notes of violets, chocolate and a bit of spicy vanilla. Intense palate of sweet and spicy fruits with very good length and and smoky vanilla finish.
Count Stephan von Neipperg, owner of several famous Bordeaux properties, including Châteaux Canon La Gaffelière and La Mondotte, sought out the Bessa Valley where the wonderful clay-limestone soils showed him the potential to make great wines. They are now the flag bearer fro Bulgarian wines, since re inventing the reputation of the country.
A full-bodied wine thats smooth and actually has a bit of an international feel to it. Flavours of cassis, fruitcake and red berries yet powerful and complex with mild tannins and velvety softness due to 18 months ageing in French oak. Great drinking now but will age for a little more time. Pair with red meats and cheeses.