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Solitaire Turns 10, Domaine Boyar Celebrates in Sofia



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4 December 2013 | One of Bulgaria's best modern wine brands, Solitaire of Domaine Boyar, turns 10. To the local wine industry, which in the last decade works to re-establish itself on the international market, this is a significant anniversary. The winemakers of Solitaire are determined to celebrate it in style.

Enotheque Privee Wine Club, Domaine Boyar and The Residence Exclusive Club organize an exclusive wine tasting in Sofia on the 10 December 2013. Visitors will meet the creators of Solitaire in person, and will be able to enjoy a rare vertical tasting of four different vintages of the celebrated brand.

The first vintage of Solitaire Merlot Elenovo ever made was 2003. Those attending the tasting will have the chance to claim some of the last 40 bottles of that memorable harvest.

Reservations are accepted at This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it or by phone - 0888 444 638, and should be made not later than by 6 December 2013.

 

 

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