Edoardo Miroglio Blanc de Blanc Brut 2019
Golden and delicate colour. Beautiful mousse with small to medium pearls. Ripe apple and toast on the palate, citrus with zest and delicate floral notes in the background. This is a classic Blanc de Blanc.
Serving TemperatureIce Cold
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Edoardo Miroglio comes from a family with a tradition in the textile business and is a native of Piedmont. He owns a winery in Italy: Tenuta Carretta in Alba, which makes first-class Barbaresco DOC and Barolo DOC. Edoardo's idea is to combine the wine traditions of Piedmont and the Thracian lowlands, where they are no less ancient. Italian and Bulgarian specialists take care of over 220 hectares of vineyards and the production of wine from them, led by the famous oenologist Marco Monchiero. The winery is a unique building in the shape of a spiral, which descends three floors underground in the village of Elenovo (not far from Stara Zagora). The wide range of vineyards includes some of the most popular Bulgarian varieties - Mavrud and Rubin. Miroglio wines are very fine and characterful and are served in fine restaurants, including Michelin-starred restaurants.All wines of the same producer
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