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Queen’s winery house is local producer from Balchik , who offers free tasting of unique wine and spirits. The place includes exhibition hall with collection – oenotheque wines, rakia, brandies and liqueurs, all by Bulgarian winemakers from 1878 to...more
They have all kinds of wines, we've tasted rose, almond, fig and other wines. the staff is young and friendly. Being inside the gardens it's a good break for a free wine tasting. If you decide to buy a bottle it's a bit expensive. Overall...More
When we visited botanical garden we also decided to visit winery. At the entrance there is a lot of young ladies ready to offer you "free" wine degustation. Everything went well until I mentioned that we are not planning to buy anything. Then, our consultant...More
A nice place to visit but some wines are a bit expensive and you cannot buy everything you like since they don’t have small sizes for travelers, only regular bottles and others are only for display. Friendly staff and tasty wine with some strange ones!
To start with you should know that you have to pay two entrance fees 6Lev and then 8Lev per person this is because the winery is in the botanic gardens and the area is run by two organisations who obviously cannot work together.
Delicious wines. I myself bought a bottle of sweet fig wine. It is a nice experience and I recommend buying a bottle as a souvenir. It's not very expensive and since they are local products, I think it's worth it.
If you want to have a REAL Bulgarian wine tasting - then you should consider other options, because you will be disappointed.
Firs of all, this shop is located in the botanical garden - so you'll have to buy a ticket to enter the area....More
No visit to Bulgaria would be complete without a visit to the Queen's Winery House. The wines are incredible, as is the surrounding garden. Make sure you also ask to see the collection of vintage wines, some of which are hundreds of years old.