The Wine Advocate reviews about Enira wines
The Wine Advocate, fully known as Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, is a global bimonthly wine publication based in the United States featuring the consumer advice of wine critic Robert M. Parker, Jr. The newsletter publishes in excess of 12,000 reviews per year, utilizing Parker's rating system that employs a 50-100 point quality scale. These wine ratings have a significant effect on the economic performance of the reviewed wine.
Robert Parker and the Wine Advocate team of reviewers travel the globe in search of the best wines and the best wine values with only one interest in mind -- the wine consumer.
Bulgaria, Romania and the new wave of wine
Bessa Valley Enira 2009 is one of the six of the best eastern European wines. From St-Emilion star Stephen von Neipperg’s impressive Bulgarian project, a merlot-led Bordeaux-style red that balances creamy vanilla oak and ripe plum and blackcurrant fruit. Look out, too, for Enira’s reserve bottlings, such as the very serious BV 2009.
Domaine Bessa Valley with a new visual identity inspired by Panagyurishte Thracian Gold Treasure
Domaine Bessa Valley presents a new visual identity of Enira wine labels. It is entirely inspired by Thracian treasures and the beauty of the legends, connected to the region. The used patterns are from Panagyurishte Thracian Gold Treasure and Orpheus’s lyre. Lion, flower, vine and strings give shape to the Domaine Bessa Valley’s new label.
Enira Reserva 2008 is among the winners of the competition Wine Merchant Top 50
Enira Reserva 2008 has been selected as one of the top 50 winners in the 2014 edition of the Wine Merchant Top 50 Winners’ Supplement. The winners of contest for 2014 were announced at the London International Wine Fair 2014.
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