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2012 Villa Yustina Monogram Mavrud (60%) and Rubin (40%) PGI - Thracian Lowlands
SRP: $24 Bottle / $288 case of 12
1-27 Cases Landed Profit Margin: 19.73%
28+ Cases Landed Profit Margin: 27.37%
FOB Profit Margin: 37.91%
Monogram is made from two indigenous Bulgarian grapes, Mavrud and Rubin (a cross between Nebbiolo and Syrah). Winemaking: Aged 14 months in 100% Bulgarian oak barrels. Possibility of noble wine sediment. Tasting notes: Deep ruby color with complex nose and nuances of well ripe black fruits, chocolate and vanilla. Full and elegant body with mild tannins. The winery, Villa Yustina is situated near the Rhodope Mountain range in the village of Ustina. The winery location was chosen because of the region's significant Thracian wine history dating back 5000 years. Ustina has a humid continental climate. Although the soil is mainly clay, suitable for red varieties, most of their vineyards are actually calcareous, providing excellent conditions for white varieties. Villa Yustina is dedicated to providing year-round employment for the people involved in viticulture. In addition to growing grapes for wine they own land which is used to grow table grapes, essential crops and fruit trees.
Fanciful Name: Monogram
Varietal: Mavrud (60%) and Rubin (40%)
Region/AVA: PGI - Thracian Lowlands
Annual Production: ?
Country Of Origin: Bulgaria
Bottle Size: 750
Bottles Per Case: 12
Closure Type: cork