Bulgaria and Greece Wine tour - a charmingly flavourful combination

Bulgaria and Greece Wine tour - a charmingly flavourful combination to encounter with the magic of Bulgarian and Greek wines and enjoy the beautiful sights that these countries can offer!

Wine tasting, Local activities, Walking & Sightseeing
  • 2 persons and more: €2,080.00 per person
  • 4 persons and more: €1,426.00 per person
  • 5 persons and more: €1,327.00 per person
  • 6 persons and more: €1,226.00 per person
  • 8 persons and more: €1,141.00 per person
  • 10 persons and more: €1,057.00 per person
  • 12 persons and more: €1,001.00 per person
  • 15 persons and more: €944.00 per person
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  • Taste some of the best Bulgarian wines
  • Visit medieval fortress of Mezzek
  • Enjoy the ride to Biblia Chora Winery near the town of Kavala
Languages: English, Bulgarian
Duration: 8 days
Group size: min 1

Day 1

About an hour eastward of Sofia airport, the first encounter with the magic of Bulgarian wines is at Villa Yustina Winery. After enjoying the amazing scenery around the vineyards and exploring the winery, the amiable hosts will present five exquisite wines.
In the evening, Chateau Todoroff, a short drive from Villa Yustina, will stage a notable winetasting session, followed by a dinner and time to rest for the new days’ adventures…

Day 2

This second day takes us to Plovdiv – ancient and eternal, as the city slogan says, European Capital of Culture 2019! The itinerary covers some of the most remarkable sites in town – Hindliyan’s House, Balabanov’s, the Roman Amphitheater, the Ethnographic Museum…
The afternoon winetasting session at Dragomir Winery unveils the dream of two Bulgarian enologists to enhance the image of Bulgarian wines as appealing, exciting, and diverse, with constant quality through the years…
The days ends with some free time in the pedestrian zone of the city and a dinner in a local restaurant.

Day 3

The journey continues further eastward of Plovdiv to Zagreus Winery. On own massifs of over 120 hectares the owners currently grow grape varieties such as Mavrud, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Merlot. Yet, five different wines produced only from the unique Bulgarian sort Mavrud will make this winetasting an exceptional experience for the senses…
Northeast of Zagreus, the road to the village of Mogilovo leads to Midalidare Winery where wine is produced exclusively from grapes of own vineyards. The walk around the modern facilities is followed by the presentation of several exclusives wines.
A short drive away, Armira Hotel is the last stop of the day…

Day 4

After a restful night, it is time for a new share of high quality wines.
After elaborate analysis and soil tests in the micro-region of Elenovo village, Edoardo Miroglio found that the terroir of Elenovo is unique for Bulgaria and is equally good for cultivating both red and white grape varieties - Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, Cabernet Franc, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Muscat Ottonel, Gewurztraminer, Sauvignon Blanc, Mavrud, Rubin, Melnik 55 and Bouquet.
Later during the day, one of the most modern wineries in the region – Windy Hills, will open up its doors for a remarkable winetasting session amidst its own vineyards.
The overnight at Jrebchevo Dam will add a new perspective on the contemplations before the new day breaks full of adventures…

Day 5

Right after breakfast, the road leads to Bratanovi Winery, a small family cellar in the town of Harmanli, where several exquisite wines will be selected for the winetasting session.
A short drive eastward, Castra Rubra is next along the route – an impressive winery where several unique wines are presented.
At the end of the day, the friendly owners of the Wild Farm guesthouse at Gorno Pole village will welcome the group for a wonderful dinner made entirely of bio products…

Day 6

An early departure to the medieval fortress of Mezzek located in the village by the same name. The visit to ancient times is followed by winetasting sessions at Katarzyna Winery – one of the biggest wineries in Bulgaria, and at the charming family-owned cellar of Mezzek.
Next stop along the route is the ancient Roman Villa Armira near Ivailovgrad, and, finally, a stopover for the night at Makaza Hotel in Momchilgrad.

Day 7

The perfect location gives a jump-start for new adventures in…Greece! The ride to Biblia Chora Winery near the town of Kavala will fell wonderful after the walking tour and winetasting of fine local wines. The visit to the ancient town of Filippi will add to this wonderful experience before checking in at Villa Nickolas on the shore of the Aegean Sea.

Day 8

The last (unfortunately…) day of this trip starts with a visit and walking tour around the Wine Art Winery near the beautiful town of Drama – a selection of wines will help revitalize before the long transfer back to Sofia…

What's included

  • 7 nights on HB basis in 6 hotels in Bulgaria and 1 in Greece;
  • Wine tasting at 10 wineries in Bulgaria and 2 in Greece;
  • Private transport by modern air conditioned minivan;
  • Proffessional guide;
  • Entrance fees according to program;
  • Touristic insurance for the period of the trip.

What's not included

In some cases we may replace some winery or hotel with another in case of unavailability.


  • In case of cancelation until 40 working days before the starting date the penalty is 50% of the deposit.
  • In case of cancelation less than 40 working days before the starting date, the penalty is 100% of the deposit and the tour is counted as canceled.
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