The wine business, where all of our senses are stimulated, seems to be a charming detour from the oh-so-boring business arena. At first sight! Despite all of its obvious charms, it is a business as all others. The world of wine is no less cruel and competitive, and the way to the very top is just as hard to reach.
More than 12,000 water analyzes in Sofia are performed by laboratory specialists every month. Tests are also made using a technique similar to wine tasting. The aim is to guarantee the quality of the water that the citizens of Sofia drink.
Bulgaria is ranked as the 13th best wine destination in the world by the British website lastminute.com by its Wine Travel Index.
Our country is ahead of Greece (# 14) and even Australia (# 15). New Zealand, which is also a popular wine region, remains only 18th.
But before us are countries like Cyprus, Chile, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia.
More than 1000 wines per 100 exhibitors gather in this year's eighth edition of the Balkan International Wine Competition and Festival in front of the National Palace of Culture.
The exhibition is on June 5 th and in the traditional contest part will be chosen the elixirs produced on the Balkans, the BCCI organizers announced.
Members of the Wines of Northern Greece network will be opening their doors to the public on Saturday and Sunday, May 18 and 19, to acquaint the public not just with their products, but also the area's wonderful terroir and grape varieties. Visitors will also be able to join guided tours and have the opportunity to purchase rare vintages at special prices while enjoying a variety of events.
Exports from the agriculture and food sectors reached 4.5-5 billion euros. The positive balance or excess of imports is close to EUR 1 billion. This was announced by the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Rumen Porozhanov at the traditional Easter Forum "Yes! Bulgarian Food ", organized by Standard newspaper, Econ.bg wrtes.
Bulgaria's Sunny Beach has been ranked the best value destination in Europe for a bargain beach break, for the sixth consecutive year. Portugal's Algarve comes in second place, while Marmaris in Turkey follows in third. Details of the best destinations where your money goes further have been announced in Post Office UK's 2019 Holiday Costs Baramoter, reports iNews.