Wine lovers and wine producers will meet again in Plovdiv in November during the “Young Wine” festival. Reserve the dates 13, 14 and 15 November in your calendar and get ready to experience a wonderful wine holiday! The old town of Plovdiv is the setting for the highly anticipated outdoor wine festival. Bring your masks and festive mood to Old Plovdiv and let's say nazdrave - slightly distanced from each other but - together!
Sofia is preparing to host The Balkans International Wine Festival for the ninth time, between September 17th and 19th. For the second year in a row, the wine town will rise in the open space in front of the National Palace of Culture, where Sofia residents and guests of the capital will be able to describe the most impressive Balkan wine varieties. For the first time in the heart of the festival site a Golden Tent will rise, where visitors will find the award-winning wines from the competition, scheduled for September 9-11 in Belgrade. The lavish three-day event will be held entirely outdoors, providing entertainment in a comfortable and safe environment. The competition judges president - the world-famous Master of Wine Konstantinos Lazarakis - will greet the guests of the event with a pre-recorded video.
Bulgaria has many wine events and festivals happening all-year-round! We have been working on a wine event calendar so that people can easily see the wine events happening across the country month by month. Check back regularly for updates! We will be adding more events as soon as dates are confirmed!
The Balkans International Wine Festival will again take place in the heart of Sofia, Bulgaria. Belgrade, Serbia will host The Balkan International Wine Competition from 9-11 September 2020 followed by the wine festival in Sofia on 17-19 September 2020.
The ninth edition of The Balkans International Wine Competition will take place between July 15th and 17th in Belgrade, Serbia, after its postponement due to the borders closure in March. This is the first edition of the competition outside of Bulgaria and marks the beginning of a rotation of the hosting countries that aims at better integration of the wine cellars from all Balkan countries and at their better exposure in the region and in Europe.