Domaine Boyar was the first private wine company founded after the fall of the communist regime in Bulgaria. Established in Sofia and London in 1991, Domaine Boyar managed to navigate successfully through the period of economic transition and establish itself as one of the biggest and most trusted producers and exporters of Bulgarian wine to Europe, North America, Africa and Asia.

Domaine Boyar is a company entirely dedicated to modern winemaking. Their mission is to develop wine culture by creating wines that truly inspire a more stylish and exciting life. 
Their team consists of highly qualified oenologists and the most modern wine cellars in Central and Eastern Europe. They are extremely careful in their selection of only the best grapes of each and every harvest to reach wine of maximum quality. They aspire to produce exciting wines in a rich spectrum of styles and provide a sheer pleasure to those in the know. 

Major markets of the company are the United Kingdom, Benelux, Russia, Canada, USA and the Scandinavian countries. Domaine Boyar and Blueridge are the only Bulgarian wine brands to enter the prestigious British wine rank list Top 50 of AС Nielsen in the mid-90s.

Sinite Skali Winery – Sliven

In our two decades of history, one significant moment clearly stands out. The year 1998 saw the approval of a project of great proportions – to invest 15 million Euros in the building of a state-of-the-art winery in Sliven. The winery was named “Sinite skali” (Blueridge) after the bluish slopes of the Balkan Mountains.

А proud symbol of the contemporary wine industry in Bulgaria, “Sinite skali” is one of the most modern and technologically advanced wineries in all Eastern and Central Europe. It is situated in the Thracian Valley near the town of Sliven, a region renowned for the production of high-quality white and red wines. The winery uses the latest wine-making technologies and maintains the highest standards of hygiene, cooling and temperature control. All processing lines and equipment are made of stainless steel, and the winery owns an extensive cellar with over 2000 French, American and Bulgarian oak casks.

The winery serves as an outstanding example of the bright perspectives not only for the wine production in Bulgaria but also for the entire business environment in the country.