It would be hard to miss the Todoroff Wine and Spa Hotel upon entering the village of Brestovitsa.
The story of Castra Rubra starts in Bulgaria, germinates in Las Vegas, sprouts in France and is harvested back where it started, in the South Sakar region.
Malkata Zvezda produces small quantities of good wine that bring together tradition and innovation in the south-eastern corner of Bulgaria.
Logodaj (Логодаж) has been making wine as a private enterprise since 1996, when it was founded by three ambitious lads.
The Leventa winery specialises in high quality red and white wines from sauvignon blanc, chardonnay, merlot, cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc and syrah.
Bulgaria is amongst the countries with the longest traditions of winemaking. Its annual trade fair, Vinaria, held at International Fair – Plovdiv, takes place in March, gathering winemakers from all around the country.
Villa Ponte, a red wine from the Bulgarian winery Black Sea Gold, is a blend of cabernet sauvignon, which provides an powerful structure, and syrah, which contributes the fruity, peppery side to this full-bodied wine.
The LS Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve 2006 red wine is made from individually selected cabernet sauvignon grape clusters harvested from vineyards in the Suhindolski areas of Alchaka and Star Dimcha, in Bulgaria.
Asado Grill, Bulgaria's first Argentinian restaurant, serves up a range of authentic meat dishes and local wines. It is right near the centre of Sofia, on James Bourchier Boulevard.
The winemakers at Lovico Suhindol blended 35 cuves ("lina" in Bulgarian) of cabernet sauvignon, 11 of merlot, four of rubin and three of gamza.
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