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BALAR WINES

We are proud of our comparatively small annual output, because our strategic goal is to create a limited amount of distinguished wines with great potential for aging.

The wine cellar and the vineyard massif of BALAR is located at the foot of the mystical monasteries in the land of the village of Sakalitsa, southwest of the town of Yambol.
The region is part of the Thracian lowlands with moderate continental climate and good distribution of rainfall throughout the vegetation period. Prolonged sunshine in the summer and mild and warm autumn suggest good grape ripening and the accumulation of the necessary conditions to produce quality wines.
The protection of the area from the northern winds, the soil with good water permeability, the large number of sunny days, and the reduced yield of 400 kg. of a decade, are a precondition for the creation of sumptuous, rich, dense red quality wines that combined aroma and taste of red berries, spices and chocolate.

We have 130 acres own varieties of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, Petit Verdot, Malbec, Carmener, Tempranillo, Muscat Ottonel and Gewurztraminer. Our winery has a processing capacity of 50,000 kg grapes. We put on classical technology to obtain red and white wines with the predominant use of handmade treatments because it is important for the quality of the wine.
We are proud of our comparatively small annual output, because our strategic goal is to create a limited amount of distinguished wines with great potential for aging.

 

OUR WINES

Our red wines have a rich, harmonious and rich taste. All of the wines are well balanced with warm character and long elegant finish. The young wine matures in French 225-liter oak barrels, followed by bottle aging in celler with constant temperature and controlled humidity.
Our white wines typically based of variety such as Muscat Ottonel and Gewürztraminer are particularly tasteful and enriched with the specific nuances of the local terroir.
Our rosé is recognizable by its explosive aroma of apple, forest strawberry and citrus.

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