Mavrud - Rubin

Mavrud - Rubin

Mavrud, or Mavroudi as it is known in Greece, is a dark-skinned grape variety of Bulgarian origin. Its precise provenance is generally accepted to be Asenovgrad, an appellation in the West Thracian Valley of southern Bulgaria. The grape’s name is derived from the Greek mavro, meaning black, which is appropriate, as the wines it produces usually are of an inky color. They also have pronounced tannins and excellent acidity, with an abundance of stewed-fruit flavors on the palate.

Rubin Bolgarskii, or simply Rubin, is a dark-skinned crossing of Nebbiolo and Syrah created in Pleven, Bulgaria in 1944. Rubin is grown throughout the Central European nations of Moldova, Romania and Slovenia, where it is made into good-quality red wines high in anthocyanins, the compounds responsible for the color in red wines.

New
BIO Rose EM| Rose Wine
  • Bulgaria Tracian Valley
  • Sparkling Rose Dry Dry 13.0% 12.5%
  • 0.75 L 0.75 L
48 31 Lei
New
BIO Mavrud & Rubin| Red Wine
  • Bulgaria Tracian Valley
  • Red Red Dry Dry 13.5% 13.5%
  • 0.75 L 0.75 L
49 36 Lei