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Struma Valley, Bulgaria
Struma Valley is a wine region in Bulgaria known for producing full-bodied red wines, with a history of winemaking that dates back to ancient times.
Regional History & Terroir: Struma Valley is situated in southwestern Bulgaria, and has a long history of winemaking that dates back to ancient times. The region benefits from a continental climate, with hot summers and cold winters, and a terroir that includes rocky soils with high mineral content.
Typical Grape Varietals: The Struma Valley wine region is known for its production of full-bodied red wines, made primarily from indigenous grape varietals such as Rubin and Mavrud. These varietals are known for their deep color, robust tannins, and complex flavor profile, with notes of dark fruit and spice. Other varietals grown in the region include Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Syrah.
Regional Wine Styles: The Struma Valley wine region is best known for its full-bodied red wines, which are often aged in oak barrels to add complexity and depth of flavor. These wines are known for their deep color, bold tannins, and rich flavors of dark fruit and spice. The region also produces white and rosé wines, as well as sparkling wines made using the traditional method