Old world

The term "Old World wine" is reserved for wines produced in Europe and the Mediterranean. Tradition plays a key role in the production process, from the hand-picking of grapes to the way of vinification and storage.

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Quinta De La Rosa Vintage 2009
Douro Valley, Portugal
Touriga
BGN 120.00
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Pedro Ximenez VORS
Andalusia, Spain
Pedro Ximenez
BGN 280.00
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Grauer Burgunder Trocken 2021
Germany
Pinot Gris Лозята са култивирани по био-динамичен начин. Гроздето е ста...
BGN 35.90
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Crémant De Loire Emilie Laurance
Loire Valley, France
Cabernet Franc
BGN 25.00
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Hoya de Cadenas Cava Brut Nature
Spain
Макабео The wine stays on its lees for 24 months.
BGN 14.00
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Lamblin Blanc de Blancs Brut
Burgundy, France
Chardonnay
BGN 37.00
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Gran Muralles 2011
Catalonia, Spain
Grenache
BGN 175.90
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Мас ла Плана Торес 2012
Catalonia, Spain
Cabernet Sauvignon
BGN 155.90
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Верус Ризлинг 2020
Steiermark, Словения
Riesling
BGN 26.40
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Mont Rocher Vieilles Vignes Rose 2019
Languedoc-Roussillon, France
Grenache
BGN 15.90
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Blanc de Blancs NV Magnum
Champagne, France
Chardonnay
BGN 299.00
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Alvarinho Contacto Anselmo Mendes 2020
Portugal
Albariño Анселмо Мендез несъмнено е един от най - известните и добри ...
BGN 29.90

OLD WORLD - The term "Old World wine" is reserved for wines produced in Europe and the Mediterranean. Tradition plays a key role in the production process, from the hand-picking of grapes to the way of vinification and storage. The whole process in the "old world" is subject to many regulations and rules for every aspect of winemaking - from viticultural practices, through fermentation ones, and even to the label and the way of sale.

The taste characteristics are quite typical - usually in the tendency to lighter wines with lower alcohol levels. The environment or terroir in which the wine is grown (the combination of microclimatic and soil conditions) is one of the most important factors determining the individuality and profile of "old world" wines.