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Dolno Spanchevo
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#1 of 1 Food & Drink in Dolno Spanchevo
We were able to go to the top of the winery by car to see the vineyards and watch the sun set it was a beautiful vineyard and I would say a great place for an event like a birthday or wedding.
A traveling friend and I stopped by the winery unannounced and participated in an impromptu tour and tasting, primarily to enjoy the local Melnik red grape varietal.
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Villa Melnik Winery Harsovo 3.6 mi away
#1 of 1 Food & Drink in Harsovo
Highly recommended if you would like to learn more about wine making, taste some awesome internationally awarded wines and meet a bunch of professional, highly knowledgeable and positive entrepreneurs.
It was a phenominal visit, the wine was great, the winery is well maintained and the caves where they keep the wine were in particular a lot of fun!! Also the peoplr running the place were extremely helpful, frien...
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Orbelus Organic Winery Blagoevgrad 1.9 mi away
#1 of 1 Food & Drink in Blagoevgrad
After pulling into the empty car park on a Tuesday morning, we were met at our car by a friendly employee who warmly introduced us to the winery, showed us the grounds, and gave a detailed tour of the facilities.
Very good service of the wine tasting , very friendly staff , wines are of very high class .
Shestaka Wine Cellar Melnik 7.0 mi away
#2 of 2 Food & Drink in Melnik
Their wine is rich and dense and can tell long stories ... especially when you try it if you are sitting in front of the cellar of Shestaka and enjoying the view of the nature around the town of Melnik.
We liked the first wine, a mix of several varieties of local white grapes, and the second wine, a "Semi-dry" red which was rather sweet (in my opinion at least).