By Andrew Pierce
The Daily Mail
The tiny hamlet of Gella perched high in the Rhodope mountain range in Bulgaria might sound an unlikely choice for a holiday.
Yet another so called tourist article that is actually an advert for Villa Gella. We are foisted these about twice per year.
Peter is correct - I wonder what the link is between the ownership of villa gella and the ownership of novinite...... Hmmmmmm
To add to these posts, isn't it a little arrogant to say 'surprisingly' good wines?
I suppose they're experts themselves, but not very well travelled.
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