wine series LE PONT COUVERT
The earliest record of the existence of a covered bridge in the town of Lovech dates back to 1838 and belongs to the French traveler Ami Boué-“Covered stone bridge decorated with little shops.” In 1871, upon his visit to the town of Lovech, Felix Kanitz wrote down: “A bridge…with cool shade offered to the bystanders and sellers by its wobbly hanging roof.” Local documents and memoirs reveal that these bridges were carried away by the swollen river.
Winemaking: The harvest is done manually. The grapes are stemmed and separated from the clusters. This is followed by pre fermentation cold maceration. The alcoholic fermentation takes place in stainless steel fermenters. The lactic acid fermentation takes place in French and US barrels.
Tasting Notes: Dense cherry red color with a slight development. Fruity with hints of cassis and red berries. The palate is soft and harmonious with a good finish and a long aftertaste.
Winemaking: The harvest is done manually. The grapes are stemmed and separated from the clusters. The maceration is performed at a low temperature. Separation of solid particles and clarification of the grape must follow. The alcoholic fermentation takes place in stainless barrels. Part of the wine ages in French oak barrels.
Tasting Notes: Fresh golden colour. Delicate aroma with hints of tropical fruit and peach. The taste is balanced, fresh, rich with a soft finish and long aftertaste.
Winemaking: The harvest is done manually. The grapes are stemmed and separated from the clusters. A brief cold pre-fermentation maceration is performed. The alcoholic fermentation is carried out in stainless steel barrels. At the end of the alcoholic fermentation, a malolactic fermentation is conducted.
Tasting Notes: Ruby red color. Intense aroma of ripe fruit with prevailing cherry and sour cherry. Distinctive fruity taste.