As another year draws to a close, it's time to look back and reflect on the past 12 months. It is also a time to give thanks to the customers, partners and friends that supported Bulgaria Wine Tours. As a young and small company, it means a lot to us that customers choose us to create their holiday.
Are you a travel blogger? A wine blogger? A food blogger? Are you part of the general wine, food or travel media? We would love to invite you on a wine tour to showcase the wines, wineries and wine regions of Bulgaria. The goal is to offer an experience that is comparable to the experience that we offer our customers. On a ‘Bulgaria Wine Tours’ wine tour, we set out to truly discover Bulgaria’s wines and wine regions. We visit wineries and talk to passionate wine makers and winery owners. We learn about the wine making process from grape-to-bottle. We listen to stories about the long history of wine making in Bulgaria. We get to familiarize ourselves with native grape varieties that you’ve probably never heard of. We are introduced to the Bulgarian cuisines and try a variety of local foods. The tour is well-planned and well-executed, and the local tour leader provides useful insider tips and a local perspective.
On December 9th, we invited the creative family behind the popular 'Andrey Andreev Travel & Photography Blog' on a Full Day Wine Tour around Plovdiv. Starting and ending in Plovdiv, we embarked on a journey of the senses. Three wineries, 15 wines and a lot of delicious Bulgarian food. We had a great time showing our new friends around the beautiful wine country surrounding Plovdiv. We had the chance to meet winemakers and winery owners, and taste many amazing local wines: Rubin & Mavrud. The result of our trip was a fantastic article published on Andrey Andreev's blog. We have re-published it here. Enjoy the read!
Back in 2013, a Danish woman and a Bulgarian man were captivated by Bulgarian wine, the stories behind the wine and the passion of the people working with Bulgarian wine. On October 17 2014, [...]
Do Bulgarian wineries produce sparkling wines? Yes, and increasingly so. Check out this article to learn about 5 sparkling wines produced in Bulgaria. A few other wineries are expected to take their sparkling wines out of the cellars soon, whereas a number of others have plans to start producing sparkling wines. We believe such trends are a sign of the growing confidence and boldness of Bulgarian wine-makers. Perhaps it is worth putting Bulgaria on your wine tour map?