Hemingway – BBQ&Grill is a place for dining, meeting people, for enjoying wine and music.
Damianitza was founded in 1940, just before the Second World War and for over half a century produced wine drawing from the exquisite grape that grew in the pristine areas near Bulgaria's Southern border. When it was purchased in 1997, as part of the country's post-communist privatization process, the winery underwent a dramatic organizational and equipment overhaul to enable it to bring exclusive wines to domestic and international customers. The current bottling capacity is 2 000 000 bottles and Damianitza produces above 1 400 000 on average yearly.
Edoardo Miroglio winery is located in the Thracian valley in the village ofElenovo, on 22 km. From Nova Zagora. The winery is surrounded by vineyards spreading on rolling hills, a lake and green lawns, which provide excellent conditions for the development of wine tourism.
Sintica Winery is a modern combination between tradition and innovation. Within the complex are preserved many rare and exotic plant species-Ginkobiloba, Parnar, olives, cypresses, palms, citrus trees, Persimmon and others. The landscape has not changed, just a new construction has been built in this truly harmonious botanical garden. Built as a classical mansion cellar, including also the production of elite wines and opportunities for wine tourism, recreation and business meetings, the complex is completed by a new spa-hotel adjacent to it with two swimming pools and recreation area.
Via Verde was conceived in 2013 as a family project.
Their philosophy is based on the believes that everyone should strive to fulfill their potential, reaching the balance with nature.
Their mission is to produce wine, that reveals the grapes potential and has its character, wine that brings inspiration.
The ORBELUS project began in 2000 when the first 96 dka of land were acquired in the territory of Kapatovo, a village situated in the Struma Valley, at the foot of the mountain of Pirin. The mountain also gave to the brand its name – ORBELUS, as it was called by the Thracians who inhabited the region in the past.