Wine Bostavan, Merlot Demidulce, 1 L
Reviews of purchase Bostavan, Merlot Demidulce, 1 L
The wine is dark red in color.
The taste of wine is light, balanced, sweet, with a velvety texture, hints of red fruits and berries.
Varietal wine has a fresh aroma with fruits and berries notes.
The wine goes well with dishes of chicken, meat, grilled, desserts and fruit.
Bostavan, Merlot Demidulce - easy, natural semi-sweet red wine from the line of the classic wines of the winery Bostavan. In manufacture the selected grape varieties Merlot, grown in the micro-zone Etulia. Traditional vinification requires fermentation in oak barrels at a controlled temperature. The wine has a deep dark red color, harmonious velvety taste and a bright varietal aroma. It is recommended for daily use, not intended for long-term storage.
Bostavan winery specializes in producing wine average price segment. The winery owns 600 hectares of vineyards in the micro-zones Etulia and Onesti. Production capacity Bostavan includes two modern high-speed bottling line and two bottling lines in the type of bug-in-box container. The plant processes 20 000 tons of grapes per season. The volume of manufacture and storage is 15 million liters of wine.
Bostavan Wineries Group - a leader among Moldovan wineries. The group has a modern production facility and over 1,000 hectares of its own vineyards in Moldova and Romania. Bostavan company was founded in 2003 by entrepreneur Victor Bostan. In 2010, the shareholders of the company have become American fund Horizon Capital and the World Bank (through the investment fund IFC), which invested in the development of the group over $ 50 million. Today, the group consists of 4 companies Bostavan: Purcari winery, the winery Bostavan two production facilities - Onesti and Etulia; winery Crama Ceptura, located in the Romanian region of Prahova and Moldovan brandy producer - the company Bardar. Consultant Group is the famous Italian enologist Federico Giotto, who leads the strict control of the quality of products, starting from the analysis of the soil and ending organoleptic characteristics of each beverage.