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Sunday, August 27, 2017

Wine Review: Seven Generations Merlot 2012 & Telish Cabernet Sauvignon 2013

August is The Third Annual Bulgarian Wine Month thanks to BulgarianWine.com

For the third year in a row, it's Bulgarian Wine Month thanks to BulgarianWine.com! Check out the reviews from the first year (2015)the second year (2016), and this year (2017).

To read about the fascinating history of Bulgarian wine, check out Bulgaria - Part 1: Three-Thousand Years of Wine History. To learn about the grapes, wine regions and Bulgarian wine's place in the market, read Part 2: The Current State of Bulgarian Wine. And if you'd like to see what Bulgaria's national drink is all about, find out in Part 3: Invincibility of Rakia.

As the month nears its close, this is the second to last review of Bulgarian Wine Month. That really sucks! And something else really sucks even more than that....


IT'S A FAULTY BOTTLE!!!! NOOOOOOOOO!!! I knew something was wrong when the cork was down the neck farther than it should be. Then the cork crumbled as I took it out, and the wine smelled all gooey and sticky and spoiled. Goddamnit! I hate that! But not as much as I hate Nazis.


This Cab is out of the Thracian Lowlands and has a 14.5% ABV. The color of this wine is reddish purple with ruby highlights. Holy eucalyptus and graphite, Batman! I mean, right away there's no mistaking this Cabernet for anything but Cabernet. Beyond the aromas of eucalyptus and graphite there's black cherries, vanilla, and tobacco. It's medium bodied with soft tannin and a balanced acidity. There's flavors of black cherries, red currant, graphite and eucalyptus. It finishes dry with flavors of red currant and graphite. Yeah, man! This is a darn good Cab for the price range! I recommend it!

Price: $14
Rating: 1/5 = Recommended. (what does that mean?)

The bottles used were supplied free of charge for the purpose of this unpaid review. To have your wine reviewed follow this link.

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