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A piece of heaven: this description of Zaara Estate Winery is hardly an exaggeration. Tucked in the Sakar mountains above Glavan Village, the winery is surrounded by magical landscapes, the perfect refuge from the everyday stress.
Surrounded by its vineyards on the rolling hills by the Danube River near Oryahovo, Burgozone is a family winery that constantly perfects its wines. The rich soil, the moderate continental climate, the sunlight and the river create the perfect terroir for Burgozone's elegant wines. The winery uses exclusively its own grapes, which are hand collected and sorted. Canopy management and green harvesting are practiced to obtain the highest possible quality of grapes.
With its blue skies, bright sun and lush greenery, spring is one of the best times to enjoy Bulgarian countryside. A great way to do it is with combining travelling, celebrating an old tradition and enjoying a glass or more of a wonderful Bulgarian wine.
Every 14 February Bulgaria goes wild, as people celebrate two feasts: the local St Trifon Zarezan and the foreign St Valentine
Two holidays, same date: the Bulgarians are torn between the outlandish holiday of love and the local celebration of wine