Making wine is definitely an art!

And what is most important in all art is the author’s personal attitude.

1st Bulgarian Orange in Decanter

Steven Spurrier recommends Rossidi again:

– “Rossidi Orange has converted me to orange wines”

– the only Proper Bulgarian Orange wine

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Rossidi at the Véritable '16

4 July, 2016, St. Martin, Pfalz

Cordially invited to the Véritable again.

Bulgarian producer next to ‎Gaja, ‎Sassicaia, ‎Penfolds, ‎Knoll, ‎Pichler, ‎Trimbach, ‎EgonMuller, ‎J.J. Prum.

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THE NEW BULGARIA

17 March, 2016

Bulgarian Embassy & Cultural Institute

186-188 Queen’s Gate, London SW7 5HL, United Kingdom

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Best Bulgarian Wines '15

 

DiVino Top 3 wine for 2015

Rossidi Rubin ’13

Rossidi among the Tops

 

Rossidi’s P.Noir & Rubin 2014 rated No.3 out of nearly 40

– Jancis Robinson – Can pink wine be fine?

Financial Times – Pink Rethink

– Jancis Robinson – Top rosés compared blind

Zalto already in Bulgaria

 
“The glasses that have most impressed me recently… the thinnest and most delicate I have come across.
… and would give any serious wine lover a real thrill over the closeness of contact they offer.”

Jancis Robinson, Financial Times

Officially imported by ROSSIDI Ltd.

ROSSIDI at LWF

 

Taste the Esoteric Rossidi wines

18-20 June, 2015

Look for us at Stand F107, the Gallery Hall

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The NEW BULGARIA

18th March, 2015

The Bulgarian Embassy
186-188 Queen’s Gate, SW7 5HL London, United Kingdom

“The New Bulgarian Wine” master class with Steven Spurrier, Caroline Gilby MW and Richard Bampfield MW.

Styles of Chardonnay

June 2014

Vagabond Wines
London SW6 1AX, United Kingdom

Steven Spurrier on styles of Bulgarian Chardonnay.

Bulgarian Pinot Noir?

June 2014

Vagabond Wines
London SW6 1AX, United Kingdom

Steven Spurrier on Pinot Noir coming from Bulgaria.

Warm climate Gewürztraminer

June 2014

Vagabond Wines
London SW6 1AX, United Kingdom

Steven Spurrier on Bulgarian Gewürztraminer.

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The Rossidi winery stands out among other Bulgarian producers by showing a remarkable difference in attitude and artistry, which is incorporated into all their winemaking. The winery takes its name from the names of the owners – both Rosie and Eddie. She is a Business Studies graduate at the City University London and an Institute for Integrative Nutrition New York certified holistic health coach, while he is the Rossidi CEO, a WSET London Diploma student and Wine & Spirits Academy Bulgaria Co-founder and educator.

Peter Georgiev, a vital part of the Rossidi team and a wine-maker by profession, started off by participating in another Bulgarian winemaking project, and later on in Arndorfer and Steininger in Kamptal, Austria and Allan Scott in Marlborough, New Zealand.

Rossidi’s philosophy can be described simply: “wine needs to reflect the terroir it comes from, as well as the main features of the variety it is made of; it should not be a commercial product deliberately shaped by high-tech equipment to match the current fashionable tastes.”

The Rossidi wines, produced from our own vineyard, located near the village of Nikolaevo in the Thracian Lowlands of Bulgaria, are intended for restaurants with regard to wine, wine shops and connoisseurs mainly.

Edward Kourian

Edward Kourian

 

I believe we can evoke interest not by copying someone’s vision and approach, but by being authentic to ourselves and our values, shares Edward Kourian.

 

Rosie Kourian

Rosie Kourian

 

And from the other name behind the brand: “Seeing something come out from a small grape is pure art. I love the process that unfolds before our eyes every year. And when you are able to appreciate not just the final result, but also the entire process it takes, it can be somehow sensed by your audience! It’s really exciting to be involved in delivering pleasure to the senses!”
Peter Georgiev

Peter Georgiev

 

We have no fear of experimentation and being “outside of the box”. The time of the “flavour bombs” is passing away and what is currently receiving more attention are “wines that make you think, that bring intrigue in themselves”, says Peter.

 

 

 


Orange

Vintage:          2015
Variety:           100%  Chardonnay
Feature:          30 days skin contact                                                                         100 days on the lees
Alcohol:          13.5%

Rubin

Vintage:          2013
Variety:           100% Rubin
Alcohol:          14 %

Rosé

Vintage:          2014
Variety:           90% Pinot Noir & 10% Rubin
Alcohol:          13.5 %

Signature

Vintage:          2012
Variety:           50%  Syrah, 25% Merlot,                                                                 25% Cabernet Sauvignon
Alcohol:          13.5%

Chardonnay

Vintage:          2015
Variety:           100%  Chardonnay
Feature:          Egg-shaped Concrete Fermenters
Alcohol:          13.5%

Pinot Noir

Vintage:          2013
Variety:           100%  Pinot Noir
Alcohol:          13.5%

Unison

Vintage:         2014
Variety:          50%  Chardonnay                                                                              50%  Gewürztraminer
Alcohol:         13%

Unison

Vintage:         2014
Variety:          55%  Syrah                                                                                        45%  C. Sauvignon
Alcohol:         13%

Syrah

Vintage:          2013
Variety:           100% Syrah
Alcohol:          13.5%

Gewürztraminer

Vintage:          2013
Variety:           100% Gewürztraminer
Alcohol:          13%

'G'

Vintage:          2012
Variety:           100%  Gewürztraminer
Feature:          Off-Dry
Alcohol:          12.5%

C. Sauvignon

Vintage:          2013
Variety:           100% C. Sauvignon
Alcohol:          13.5%

Merlot

Vintage:          2013
Variety:           100% Merlot
Alcohol:          14%

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Southern Industrial Zone

Sliven 8800

BULGARIA

m: +359 886 511080

e:   info(at)rossidi.com

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