No Man’s Land KOMETA 2006

Grape Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon (25%) and Merlot (75%)
Aging: 8 months
Alcohol: 14.5 % vol
Vintage: 2006

KOMETA No man’s land 2006 is the new name of No Man’s Land black label in the “ultra premium” wine category. Our goal was to find a word that is written the same way using Cyrillic and Latin letters as well as we were looking for a word that reflects the concept of the brand – international and cosmopolitan.
With this new label we would like to combine the Cyrillic and Latin worlds. We found a bright name which carries feelings of emotions and traveling.

The result is a full-bodied yet velvety wine. It is juicy and long lasting. Redolent of berries, plum, green pepper and spices. The oak nuances are distinguished, but not prevailing. This wine is suitable for aging and, although its supple character makes its approachable immediately, it is best enjoyed in three to five years. KOMETA No Man’s Land 2006 is released to the market in the spring of 2009 after it was aged 18 months in the bottle. Keep bottle in horizontal position.
Limited release of 6594 bottles.


Best Tasting Award| Interwine International Wine and Spirits Challenge, Guangzhou | 2012
Grand Gold Medal | MUNDUSvini, Germany | 2010
Silver Medal | MUNDUSvini, Germany | 2009
Gold Medal | MUNDUSvini, Germany | 2008