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 The 5-mile strip of land between Bulgaria’s primary border and the main frontier with its southern neighbours - a narrow strip of land, which previously separated the worlds of Socialism and Capitalism - is an environmental paradise, pollution-free with preserved wildlife. Тhe vines here bask in the sun, producing succulent and rich fruit. 
The first No Man’s Land red vintage was born in 1998 in the vineyards thriving in the virgin ‘no man’s land’ strip between the state borders. 


 Damianitza Kometa Merlot & Cabernet Sauvignon 2011Vintage: 2011
 Type: Dry red wine
 Varieties: 80% Merlot & 20% Cabernet Sauvignon
 Alcohol: 14,5 %
 Dry extract (g/l): 27
 Residual sugars (g/l): 3,5
 Titrable acidity (g/l): 6
 Ageing: 10 months in French barriques
 bottle: 75 cl
 box: 6 bottles
 box weight: 12 kg.

 bottle: 1,5 L
 box: 4 bottles
 box weight: 9 kg.
Limited quantity 6613 bottles.