Again, it is time to get together and celebrate Bulgarian wine

DiVino.Taste 2022

On 11-13 November 2022 wine lovers and professionals from Bulgaria and abroad will gather for the 11th edition of DiVino.Taste. The event will take place at Inter Expo Centre Sofia and is organised by DiVino, a specialised media outlet.

DiVino.Taste 2022 will gather 80 Bulgarian wine producers offering over 500 labels and presenting a coherent picture of the Bulgarian wine making scene.

DiVino.Taste 2022

The first DiVino.Taste was in 2011. In a decade, it became Bulgaria's biggest and most successful forum dedicated to popularisation of Bulgarian wine and winemaking.

The forum of Bulgarian wine is an opportunity to taste and discuss wines from all Bulgarian regions, the most interesting local terroirs and styles, the interesting combinations of local and international grape varieties. The owners and winemakers themselves are at the stands, ready to tell the stories and characteristics of each wine and for the feedback and reactions of the guests. 

DiVino.Taste is also a convenient professional platform for networking for wine producers, restaurant owners, merchants, distributors and end clients. It is also an opportunity to meet prominent international wine experts.


The 2022 event is the first since 2019 with a strong parallel programme of masterclasses with top Bulgarian and international lecturers on some of the hottest topics in the current wine world. These will take place at Musala Hall of Inter Expo Center Sofia. 

DiVino.Taste 2022

12 November, Saturday

10:00-12:00: The Unknown Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Lecturer. Kostas Liris, expert and certified olive oil sommelier

12:15-14:15: The Big Orange. The Amber Side of Europe. Lecturers: Yana Petkova and Irina Sofranova, wine experts

14:30-16:30: Renaissance of Georgian Vine and Wine Culture. Lecturer: Maka Tarashvilli, wine expert

16:45-18:45: Mavrud - Multifaceted and Diverse. Lecturer: Engineer technologist Lambrin Topuzliev, enologist

13 November, Sunday

10:00-12:00: Cava and Beyond - The Miraculous Spanish Bubbles. Lecturer: Németh Ágnes, wine expert

12:15-14:15: Light Red Wines: The Bright Future of Old Balkan Varieties. Lecturer: Dimitar Dimov, enologist

14:30-16:30: Aged Bulgarian Wines: A Treasure to Cherish. Lecturer: Petar Iliev, enologist

16:45-18:45: Champagne: Each Day Is a Celebration. Lecturer: Yulia Kostadinova, wine expert

DiVino.Taste 2022

And more

The special store Casavino at DiVino.Taste is the place for guests to buy the wines that have grabbed their attention.

A mobile app will help visitors find the participating wineries and learn more about them, take notes and grade tasted wine, and find their way around the expo.

As usual, the traditional gourmet area is the place to try special products, buy wine accessories, for some tasty food and excellent coffee.

Learn more about the participating wineries on

Order tickets on, and, and at the gates of Hall 4 of Inter Expo Center Sofia.


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