Believed to date back to ancient Thrace, Mavrud is a red grape variety that has been grown for centuries only in the area of ​​ancient Philippopolis, north of the Rhodopes. This variety is usually used to make wines with a dark and rich color and mild taste. Its cultivation is difficult and requires special attention. However, the unique qualities of the wines produced by Mavrud are worth the effort!


Melnik is a red grape variety grown in the area of ​​the Struma River valley, characterized by a typical Mediterranean climate. According to the legend, Melnik wine is among Winston Churchill’s favorites. This variety produces more powerful wines with a rich texture, exotic perfume and soft tannins.



Cultivated since ancient times, the Gamza variety, also known as „Kadarka“ in many Balkan countries, is best grown in the Danube region. The wine is characterized by a bright, sparkling red color, with a pleasant fruity taste and captivating freshness. The variety requires specific climatic conditions, due to which it is grown mainly in the Danube plain.


Known for its fragrant grapes, the Dimyat variety has been grown for centuries in the Black Sea region. The wines produced from it have a sweet taste, strong aroma and light amber color. The smoke ripens in late September. This variety is among the most popular in the Black Sea region.



According to legend, the ancient Thracians were avid fans of Pamid wines, characterized by a pleasant freshness and fruity taste. Although widely cultivated by the Thracians for centuries, today it is grown mainly in the Thracian lowlands.



Successful cross between Syrah and Nebiolo, a variety with a typical dark purple color, mostly planted in the region of the Thracian lowlands on the border with Strandzha mountain. Rubin wines are characterized by a rich and rich taste and color. Try them, you will be amazed!
Additionally, wines that grow favorable in the area are Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Fran, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc.


Additionally, wines that grow favorable in the area are Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Fran, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc.



The wines of the Syrah variety have a remarkable, bright red color with violet hues. Intense aroma of ripe berries and tobacco notes lined with elegant French oak. The taste is rich, soft, with a rich flavor, long finish and velvety aftertaste.


Cabernet Sauvignon

The wines produced by the Cabernet Sauvignon variety have a ruby ​​red color with a purple tinge. The aroma is intense, combining red and black berries. Aging in oak barrels brings elegant notes of vanilla and other exotic spices. The body is usually balanced, elegant, with an inviting flavor and a soft finish.



The wines produced from the Merlot variety have a rich purple color. The aroma combines concentrated notes of black fruit, plum, cherry jam, spices, vanilla and earthy tone. The taste is usually harmonious, intense, the body has velvety tannins and good volume.


Cabernet Franc

The wines produced by the Cabernet Franc variety have a rich and rich purple color. Classy and harmonious, the aroma of the wine combines concentrated shades of spices, black pepper, black fruit and exquisite French oak. A taste defined by a harmony of volume, sweetness, velvety, intense flavor and exceptional length.



Chardonnay wines have an intense yellow-green color. Concentrated and harmonious aroma of citrus, peach, vanilla and toast. The balanced and elegant taste, which includes volume, softness, citrus freshness and intense flavor, leads to a long and attractive aftertaste.


Sauvignon Blanc

Sauvignon Blanc wines are characterized by a pleasant yellow-green color. Prominent aroma, intertwining green pepper, grassy and citrus nuances, complemented by a hint of green peach. The soft, pleasant taste filled with volume, pronounced freshness and length is the final touch that complements a good Sauvignon Blanc.



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