We have started a new blog called Black Sea Wines. You can find the blog at http://blackseawine.kolodkin.com. Black Sea Wines is all about the wines of Eastern Europe, Central Asia and the Black Sea region. The blog will discuss the wines, wineries, winemakers, festivals and events and the wine business and industry. We will have reviews, interviews, news from the Internet, stories and much more. The purpose of the blog is to be informative about wines in this region and to be fun.
Some of the current posts are:
– Interviews with Nimrod Kovacs of Kovacs Nimrod Winery in Hungary and Marc Dworkin of Bessa Valley Wines in Bulgaria, makers of Enira wines
– Reviews of Corten Pinot Noir (Moldova), Avia Pinot Grigio (Slovenia) and Ganja Sharab Matrasa (Azerbaijan)
– A calendar of wine related events around Central and Eastern Europe
Expected posts in the near future include an interview with Sebastijan Tomic of Plavac Mali winery in Croatia and reviews of the famous Bulls Blood wine of Hungary, the 2007 Egri Bikaver Dry Red Wine and 2007 Negru de Purcari, the top of the line from Moldova’s Purcari winery.
Our goal is to make this an international blog for anyone with an interest, professional or personal, in wines from this region.
Please check out the blog and sign up to Follow By Email. Feel free to submit content. Also, if you have a website related to wine and want to exchange links, please let us know.
Tell all your friends about us. Even the snooty ones that only drink the fancy French stuff. We want lots of readers.
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