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Gramatik Rubin Rupel Winery

Gramatik Rubin Rupel Winery 2020

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Art. # 4191

12 months barrel ageing. Deep purple colour. The nose is rich and ripe with notes of raspberries, ripe black fruits (blackberries, mulberries), ink and sweet spices. Great body with good structure and length.


  • Fruit
  • Body
  • Dryness
  • Tanins
  • Freshness
  • Alcohol




  • Sour Cherry Sour Cherry
  • Skin Skin
  • Chocolate Chocolate
  • Jam Jam


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  • Red Meats Red Meats
  • Raw Dried Meats Raw Dried Meats
  • Soft Cheese Soft Cheese


Ready, but will improve

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The Rupel gorge is a picturesque gorge on the Struma River between the slopes of Belasitsa Mountain and Sengelska Mountain, connecting the Marikostinsko Pole in Bulgaria with the Sersko Pole in Greece. Right there, opposite the asymmetrical sloping and steep valley slopes of the gorge, forming the main air corridor for the warm Aegean currents, are the RUPEL wine cellar and its vineyards. The place is the village of Dolno Spanchevo, located east of the town of Petrich. With the ancient name "Spancha", this settlement still carries the spirit of the peoples who inhabited it - Thracians, Macedonians, Romans, Slavs, Spanish Crusaders. For centuries there were grapes and wine here, and later the region was formed as a natural wine center in Bulgaria, from which the wine spread to Gorna Dzhumaya, Sofia, Greece, Macedonia. The markets in Drama, Berovo, Pehchevo, Thessaloniki, Serres, Demirhisar and many others are fed. Rupel makes good wines, with a modern style and sensory impact.

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Struma Valley

Struma Valley

The Struma Valley region covers the Southwestern part of Bulgaria and the Bulgarian part of Macedonia. The climate of the region is specific and is highly influenced by the warm currents from the Mediterranean Sea. The main grape varieties here are the local endemic Shiroka Melnishka vine, Melnik 55 (cross between Shiroka Melnishka vine and the French variety Valdigie), but also the international varieties Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah and others. Due to the dryer climate and the higher temperatures, the wines develop warm southern tones in the aroma, with nuances of ripe fruit and a densely rich body. Of particular interest are the wines from Shiroka Melnik vine, partly due to the fact that the variety is difficult to grow because it ripens in late autumn. Today, the region is the most dynamically developing in Bulgaria, with many new, small, family owned wineries, increasingly focused on the quality and terroir expression of the wines they produce.

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Rubin Bolgarskii, or simply Rubin, is a dark-skinned crossing of Nebbiolo and Syrah created in Pleven in 1944. Rubin is grown not only in Bulgaria but also in Moldova, Romania and Slovenia. The wines are of good-quality and high in content of anthocyanins, the compounds responsible for the deep colour of the wine. Rubin's peppery flavour can be attributed to the Syrah, as well as its pleasant crushed-violet aromatic profile, while the tannic structure comes from the Nebbiolo. Wines made from this variety are often aged in barrel where the vanilla and smoky flavours soften the tannins further.

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