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  • Richard Hemming MW
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  • Richard Hemming MW
30 Jul 2018

On the face of it, Bulgaria's wine producers seem to have many of the elements needed to entice wine lovers: indigenous varieties, unusual blends, relatively low prices and innovative styles such as Rossidi's Orange Gewurztraminer, pictured. 

In too many instances, however, the Bulgarian wines I encountered at a recent London tasting…