Vinprom Ruse and Chateau Burgozone have joined the ranks of the exhibitors willing to show the UK wine trade what Bulgaria can do when employing new technology, establishing new vineyards and most of all love and passion for truly great wines. A masterclass comparing international to indigenous grape varieties and their wines is also in the pipeline. 

Written by Vassil Rachkov — November 04, 2013


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