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French winemaking know-how meets ancient heritage

We, the wine-makers from Bessa Valley, are inspired by this place as much as the Bessians were 2500 years ago.

Now we are the Bessians! It is our destiny to grow the vines of the Valley and make great wine from their fruit year after year.

Everything is done with the greatest respect for the nature, the people, the vines and its fruit. We are not in a hurry. We are not losing the harmony.

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Count Stephan von Neipperg

C o u n t S t e p h a n v o n N e i p p e r g
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“A wine with a future.”

Jancis Robinson wine critic

“The price points at the lower end are excellent, making those nice reds obvious overachievers.”

Mark Squires The Wine Advocate

Petit Enira:

"Mid ruby colour shaded towards a pale rim. Rich, nicely balanced nose with pretty ripe bordeaux fruit. Chewy, slightly metallic finish. Nose is alluring but it doesn't follow through and the tannins are a bit rustic. It goes downhill on the palate.”

Jancis Robinson wine critic
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Bordeaux tradition

A precious heritage of over 800 years of winemaking know-how.

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Terroir

The soil is the source of all great wine, a complex interaction between soils of clay and limestone and subterranean climate.

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Tasting

The philosophy of wine is in the tasting. The perfect symposium on drinking and thinking.

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Lifestyle

Wine - a symbol, a tradition and absolute aesthetically pleasing craftsmanship, a mix of philosophy and pleasure.

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developed on mystical ancient land

Located on ancient land with our Bordeaux know-how,  we use the complex interaction between great soil and continental climate. The wines from these great clay-limestone soils provide power and structure, but also acidity and minerality. Merlot is the majority (53%), as based on the terroirs. Other varieties (Syrah 25% Petit Verdot and 12% Cabernet Sauvignon 10%) occupy the upper parts of the hills.

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    World Vegetarian Day

    Food pairing is an important part of wine culture. To combine the qualities of taste and experience the profound explosion of the senses with rich wine and delicious foods. In vegetarian cuisine the variety of possibilities and combinations hides a huge abundant tasting opportunities for the curious ones.

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    Harvest season in ancient symbolism 🏺

    The autumnal equinox is believed to be the moment of the descent of God into the underworld. This is the period of the year when the grape is harvested and ritually crushed. The plucking of the grapes, crushing them and making wine from them symbolizes for us life, which at one point is plucked and gone; death, which is the moment of transition and transformation of the natural force in us, of our soul, which continues its journey in another form, just as wine is grape juice, but in another form and with other qualities.

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    World Vegetarian Day

    Food pairing is an important part of wine culture. To combine the qualities of taste and experience the profound explosion of the senses with rich wine and delicious foods. In vegetarian cuisine the variety of possibilities and combinations hides a huge abundant tasting opportunities for the curious ones.

    Do you experiment with new dishes the kitchen ?

    #vegetarianday #wine #vegetariancuisine #foodparing #wineandfood
    ...

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    Harvest season in ancient symbolism 🏺

    The autumnal equinox is believed to be the moment of the descent of God into the underworld. This is the period of the year when the grape is harvested and ritually crushed. The plucking of the grapes, crushing them and making wine from them symbolizes for us life, which at one point is plucked and gone; death, which is the moment of transition and transformation of the natural force in us, of our soul, which continues its journey in another form, just as wine is grape juice, but in another form and with other qualities.

    #ancient #thrace #winemaking #harvestseason #winesymbolism
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