A discounted selection of Bulgarian wines made from indigenous grape varieties to suit even the most discerning wine lover.

2 x 2013 Evmolpia/Cabernet Franc, Borovitza, Danubian Plains, Red, 75cl

2 x 2012 Rubin Nobile, Logodaj, Struma Valley, Red, 75cl

1 x 2016 Pamid Brestovitza Red/Rose, 75cl

1 x 2016 Misket Brestovitza 2016 White, 75cl

1 x 2014 Maxxima Reserve Mavrud, Thracian Valley, Red, 75cl

1 x 2016 Kaba Gayda Merlot Syrah Cabernet Rubin, Red, 75cl


Wine Vintages in Bulgaria - A vertical journey of vintage memories.

The autumn brings new vintages at Vaskovino with which come memories of the last truly great vintage in Bulgaria - 2010. Most of the wineries to include Damianitza, Borovitza and...

Bulgarian Wine Politics,Scores and Trends

A Bulgarian website, Divino striving to become the leading factor in setting all wine trends in Bulgaria has published its Top 20 list for 2014. A bit confusing whether it...

New Bulgarian Grape Varieties

It is strange that Bulgaria as one of the cradles of wine-making and viticulture does not have more indigenous grape varieties. Apart from the ubiquitous Melnik and Mavrud the latter...