Todoroff Wine Cellar is the first boutique style winery set up in Bulgaria in the early 2000. It is conveniently situated in the heart of  Mavrud county, in the wine village of Brestovitza situated at the foots of Rhodoppe Mountain about 15 miles South West from the town of Plovdiv. Mavrud is an ancient indigenous Bulgarian grape variety known for its good affinity to oak and great longevity. Apart from Mavrud, Todoroff is famous for his rich and juicy Muscat and in good vintages formidable Cabernet Sauvignon. His Gallery series support young Bulgarian artists whose paintings adorn the labels. As with most indigenous Bulgarian grapes, Mavrud needs at least a couple of years to start showing its unique character and robust wild nature. 


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