The Pastoral, previously called “Kagor”, a wine very fashionable in the Soviet era, is a Cabernet Sauvignon overripe, then fermented on its marc, and stabilized in alcohol at 16% vol for 160 grams of residual sugar. The sweet red wine of yesteryear changes the name from “Kagor” to Pastoral to respect the commitments made to the European Union and to recall its use of “mass wine” by the Orthodox.
The wine has an intense red color, with expansive aromas of prunes, cocoa and almonds. In terms of taste, overripe black fruits and dark chocolate predominate. Extensive and corpulent, it develops a long aftertaste with delicate notes of aging.