The Wine Advocate reviews about Enira wines
The Wine Advocate, fully known as Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate, is a global bimonthly wine publication based in the United States featuring the consumer advice of wine critic Robert M. Parker, Jr. The newsletter publishes in excess of 12,000 reviews per year, utilizing Parker’s rating system that employs a 50-100 point quality scale. These wine ratings have a significant effect on the economic performance of the reviewed wine.
Robert Parker and the Wine Advocate team of reviewers travel the globe in search of the best wines and the best wine values with only one interest in mind — the wine consumer.
Mark Squires is responsible for reviewing the wines of Portugal, Israel, Greece, Romania and Bulgaria. In The Wine Advocate #218, he shares his ratings about Enira wines. Mark Squires says: “Enira brand in Bulgaria differs from the Bordeaux blends by using Syrah. Overall, this was the best group I’ve seen from Bessa Valley.”
The issue includes reviews about 2009 BV Enira, 2011 Bessa Valley Winery Enira, 2010 Bessa Valley Winery Enira, 2009 Bessa Valley Winery Enira, 2011 Bessa Valley Winery Grande Cuvee, 2010 Bessa Valley Winery Petit Enira, 2011 Bessa Valley Winery Reserva Enira, 2010 Bessa Valley Winery Reserva Enira, 2009 Bessa Valley Winery Reserva Enira and 2011 Bessa Valley Winery Syrah.
We have 3 wines reaching 91 points and 2 with 90 points!
Such a great achievement for Bessa Valley Winery and for Bulgaria!
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