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Why Bulgarian Wine?

    
 
Wines from Thrace - The Valley of the Thracian Kings!
 
According to historical and archaeological evidences it was the ancient wine country Thrace, nowadays Bulgaria, where wine was made for the first time.
 
 
Thousands of Years of Wine History and Traditions ... 
 
Bulgaria is one of the oldest wine countries in the world. The first evidences of wine making in these lands date back to thousands of years before Christ.  It was the ancient Thracians who laid the foundations of  today's wine culture in the country. Later on the Greeks and the Romans contributed significantly to the spreading of this wine culture and all over the European continent.  Read more ...
 
 
Unique Country ...
 
Bulgaria is a lovely country with not only beautiful nature, a lot of sunny days and delicious food, but also a wide range of modern wineries and fine wines.  A country with predominantly small-scale production, where almost everything has still been produced naturally and sustainably
 
 
The Bulgarian Wine Renaissance ...
 
Since the 90s Bulgaria is also an attractive place for many foreign investors from famous wine countries such as France, Italy, Spain etc. A wine country par excellence which makes now a huge progress and enjoys a rapidly growing reputation as a leading wine country with its own style. 
 
 
Own Wine Style ...
 
Modern Bulgaria rediscovers with giant steps its identity as a modern wine producing nation with local grape varieties and styles. Along with producing fine wines, the efforts aim to establish a certain "Bulgarian" wine style too.
 
 
Wine Really ...
 
Nowadays wine is often produced industrially and flavored artificially in order to appeal to the consumer. On the contrary, wines in Bulgaria are still made traditionally and naturally, taking the necessary time, efforts and expertise to mature the "hard" out of the wine.
 
 
The Bulgarian Terroir ...
 
Located in the Balkans, near the Mediterranean Sea between Italy and Turkey, and on the Black Sea at the same time, Bulgaria meets all the criteria common for the renowned terroirs. Bulgaria lies on the same latitude as the most famous wine regions of the Old World in France, Italy and Spain. The unique geographical location, the combination of two climates, the warm winds from the Aegean and the Black Sea, the variety of microclimates, the fertility of the Bulgarian soil - all this makes the Bulgarian terroir unique.  Read more ...
 
 
Five Different Wine Regions ...
 
Bulgaria is geographically divided into five wine-producing regions. Each one impresses is its own unique features and specific sub-regions. Read more ...
 
 
The Bulgarian Indigenous Grapes ...
 
The well-known Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah should not be afraid of losing market share. However, the Bulgarian indigenous grape varieties add an interesting nuance for the wine lovers. Mavrud, Rubin Melnik, Gamza, Ruen Bouquet, Pamid, Misket, Dimiat etc – these are all indigenous grape varieties with great potential that are cultivated only in Bulgaria. Surely worth tasting…  Read more ...
 
 
Modern and Daring ...
 
Bulgaria is continuously improving as a wine-producing country. The quality of the wines is above the average. Hundreds of awards are received annually from all prestigious international wine competitions. It comes to say it’s only a matter of time for the country to make its way to the top and enjoy high popularity worldwide. New vineyards are being plated every year, new grape varieties are being developed and, of course, the most modern techniques of winemaking are applied. It's not a secret that Bulgaria has some of the most talented viticulturists in the world, as evidenced by the fact that many leading foreign companies employ more and more Bulgarian viticulturists.  Read more ...
 
 
A real wine, big one! This is Bulgaria - back on the (wine) map. Taste the difference and rediscover the real taste of wine!
 

 

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All over the world people meet spring with joy and new hope, but it is only in Bulgaria where it is saved as an ancient custom. The name of this festive day is Baba Marta in Bulgarian and means “Grandma March”. If you are walking along the streets in Bulgaria on the 1st of March you will witness many smiling faces. But first of all your eyes will be captured by Martenitsa.

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Plovdiv in Bulgaria - European Capital of Culture 2019

Plovdiv is the first Bulgarian city to take on the mantel of European Capital of Culture. This beautiful Bulgarian city of Plovdiv is also one of the oldest in Europe. The slogan of the city is 'Antique and Eternal'. Located in south-central Bulgaria, Plovdiv is not only an important administrative, industrial and cultural centre, with many universities, various colleges, institutes and museums, but also the birthplace of lots of great wines.

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