• Pitos 2011

On the bottle, is a colourful painting of “Pitos”, which means ‘Thracian bowl for wine”. Thracians laid it under the ground to allow fermentation of the wine at constant temperature.

Consistent with Dragomir winemaker's attitude to the best grapes harvested that year, selected very carefully the vines and adapted just the right quantities of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Rubin for PITOS 2011. Matured in barrels for 12 months, before it was blended and bottled. Another12 months aging in bottle.

Our tasting notes:

This wine has a deep, grenade colour. The nose is rich, black cherry keys, cassis coffee, dried tomato, mint and red pepper. The body is full, tight and with ripe, grainy tannins, black fruit, toast and vanilla. A long finish. Simply a top wine !
We recommend to open at least one hour before enjoying it.
Best with:
all kind red meats, veal, pork, duck meat, and ripened cheese types, cold meat starters, stews



  Winemaker: Dragomir winery 

 Region: Thracian Valley PGI

  Grape: 55% Merlot, 25% Rubin, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon

   Vintage: 2011 

  Aging: 12 months in oak barrels and for 12 months in bottle

  Maturity: ready, but will keep 2021-2022

  Closure: cork

      Alcohol: 14,3%

  Volume: 0,75l

   Serve:  16-18°C

  Winemaker: Damyanov family winery

 Region: Struma Valley, PGI Thracian Valley 

   Grape: 100% Keratsuda

   Vines age: 40 years old

    Vintage: 2021

   Winemaking: using the “orange wine” technology, leaving the grape skins and seeds in contact with the juice for about 30 days. Then the wine ages for 10 months in used French oak barrels. Unfiltered.

   Maturity: ready now, but can further age 2023-2030

   Closure: cork 

      Alcohol: 13,0% vol.

   Volume: 0,75 l

   Server: 10-12°C

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Pitos 2011

  • Product Code: Pitos 2011
  • € 25.70

  • Ex Tax: € 21.24
  • Availability: Sold out

Tags: Thracian Valley PGI, Dragomir winery, red wine, Rubin, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, 64