Park Hotel Arbanasi **** provides the opportunity to organize wine tastings in the following wine cellars.
Vinprom Lyaskovets is one of the oldest and preferred places for wine tasting for tourist groups and individual tourists.
Guid will show you the museum collection, the Roman grape press, which is from the third century AD, will tell you the story of the cellar. You will learn how to taste and serve wine, introduce you to the lifestyle and style of the people of Lusaka, the traditions of the area in wine making. Here you will have the exclusive opportunity to taste naturally sparkling wines, sparkling herbal wines, carbonated sausage, dessert wines, wormwood, dry white and red quiet wines from different harvests, collections and ennotic wines and the best Bulgarian brandy.
The winery Lovico Suhindol is located in the northern wine region of Bulgaria and is part of the Danube Plain region. It is specialized in the production of quality wines and brandy from red and white varieties of grapes. The wine assortment is very wide and covers mass wines, variety wines, reserves and special selection wines.
In their century-old cellars a rich collection of collectible and enotent wines is stored.
The walk in the cellar is not just a tourist attraction but a synthesis of the Bulgarian wine route. That is why guests and tourists start their tour of the monument of Marko Vachkov – the founder of the first Balkan Wine-Wine Cooperative “Gamza” – Suhindol.In the old part there are unique glass barrels for more than 100 years.They were made by Austrian masters, who came here from Vienna in 1914. Some of the most valuable exhibits are Gamza bottles since 1909. The price is 600 BGN (306 EUR).
Museum of Wine – Pleven, Kaylaka Park, owned by Chateau Kaylaka Wine Cellar
The wine museum is the result of many years of work by Bulgarian and French architects, oenologists, experts from the Pleven Panorama and the Historical Museum Visitors can simultaneously buy and taste over 7000 bottles of wine. It is located in a cave in Kailuka Park near the town, in a beautiful canyon valley on the Chernelka River. The museum has 2 tasting halls (the big one has a capacity of 50 seats), a historic part and a hall with exhibited wines from all over Bulgaria. The museum’s visit is accompanied by a discussion that includes a wealth of information on wine history, production technology, and more. There is a guilt between 30 and 90 years old in the museum. In the historical hall are exhibited objects and attributes related to the viticulture and wine-making in the Bulgarian lands – from the ancient Thracians, Greeks and Romans to our days.
“Gulbanis Vine” is located in the village of Gorski Dolen Trambesh, where the company grows about 450 decares of vineyards with different varieties of wine.
“Gulbanis Wein” is a relatively young company and the first vineyards are planted in 2007. At present, in the Gorski Dolen Trambesh massif there are grown several varieties of wine – chardonnay, muscatel bianco, traminer, cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, merlot, the propagating material being imported from Italy.