42/25 Rose Syrah

                Basic information

Appellation and origin: Rose wine Syrah ”42/25” from Bulgaria, PGI Thracian Lowlands, Mogilovo. Midalidare estate grown and bottled: Dabovets vineyard (Bio certified).

Grape variety: 100% Syrah from Dabovets.

Vintage: 2021.

Volume: 750 ml.

Closure: Screw cap.

Alcohol content: 13% vol.

Maturity: Mature; keep up to two years.

Tasting notes 

42/25 Rose Syrah shines in a gorgeous salmon pink colour with delicate grеy shades. Intense and multi-layered bouquet with attractive notes of red berries - strawberries, raspberries, and cranberries, intertwine with a tone of green apple, cherry, and ripe lemon, surrounded by fresh green herbs, violet, and strawberry leaf. 

А refreshing fruity taste in the mouth, dominated by ripe raspberries, morello cherries and gooseberries. 42/25 Rose Syrah is fresh, vibrant, and perfectly balanced wine, with a light body and a gorgeous fruity finish. Tasted in June 2022.

Serving and food pairing 

Great aperitif, especially for the summer months. Pairs lovely with a wide range of dishes: fish and seafood, white meats, lean red meats, pastries and light desserts. Goes well with fruit pie, fruit salad, cheesecake, duck confit, grilled lamb or crispy hors d'oeuvres. 

Serve at 9-13°С in Flared Lip Rose glass (tall stem, flared rim) or regular White wine glass.

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Terroir and Viticulture

Dabovets vineyard

  • Bio certified,
  • Average altitude 360-390 metres,
  • Hilly terrain with 10% slope,
  • Red clay soils with high presence of iron oxides,
  • South exposure of the vines,
  • Mild winter and warm summer,
  • Optimal sunshine and rainfall range,
  • Great temperature amplitude.

Wine is made at the vineyard

  • Plants of French origin,
  • Clones Syrah are a result of a so-called "mass selection",
  • Average vine age of 15 years in vintage 2021,
  • Double vertical shoot positioning (VSP or double guyot),
  • Around 4000 plants per hectare,
  • Controlled yield,
  • Twofold regulation of production - Green pruning and veraison pruning,
  • Harvest by hand in second half of September.