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Minimum Mavrud Zagray 2022

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Art. # 5347

The nose is ethereal with notes of roasted black fruits with caramel and butterscotch, dark chocolate with orange peel. Fresh, super extracted and powerful with a spectacular finish.


  • Fruit
  • Body
  • Dryness
  • Tanins
  • Alcohol




  • Chocolate Chocolate
  • Wood Wood
  • Caramel Caramel


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Zagreus Winery started in 1998 with the planting of its first vineyards in the Plovdiv field, not far from the town of Parvomay. Zagreus from ancient Greek means "the great hunter" and is considered the prototype of the god of wine and merriment Dionysus. At the moment, about 120 ha of Mavrud, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah grape varieties are being cultivated. In 2010 Zagreus decided to convert to organic production and in 2013 they received their certificate. A curious fact is that Zagreus is the only winery in Bulgaria to also produce grape seed oil.

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Thracian valley

Thracian valley

In this region, which includes Southern Bulgaria, the climate is temperate continental protected from northern winds thanks to Stara Planina, with good rain distribution. It includes the central parts of the Thracian lowland and parts of Sakar. Most of the red grape varieties are concentrated in this area. Mavrud, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Red Muscat, Pamid and others are grown. The climatic conditions of the region favour the production of rich, dense, memorable red wines, especially from the varieties Cabernet Sauvignon and Mavrud. Good wines from the local variety Mavrud are especially valued for their aroma and taste of small red fruits, spices and herbs.

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Mavrud is a dark-skinned grape variety of Bulgarian origin, widely planted in the Thracian valley, more precisely in the region of Asenovgrad. The grape’s name is derived from the Greek mavro, meaning black, and the wines it produces usually are of an inky colour. They also have pronounced tannins and excellent acidity, with stewed-fruit flavours on the palate with some herbal characteristics. It is no easy task to produce wine from Mavrud alone, but whoever succeeds creates a wine that certainly does not lack character.

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