International Mavruda Day, which honours one of the most revered and historic grape varieties of Bulgaria, is dedicated to Bulgarian Wine. It is a campaign highlighting the remarkable coexistence of centuries-old customs, cutting-edge methods, and Bulgarian wines’ high calibre and stylistic diversity.
The Ministry of Tourism, in cooperation with the Bulgarian Association of Wine Professionals (BAWP), is sponsoring the International Mavruda Day celebration, which aims to highlight the opportunities for Bulgarian wine tourism and the value it adds to travel, as well as to provide visitors with top-notch experiences in a safe and tranquil environment.
In Plovdiv, the International Day of Mavruda and Bulgarian Wine is also set to celebrate, and there will be a city wine festival. Urban Wine fair kicks up at noon from Central Square next to the Post Office and features over 35 local Bulgarian wine varieties, along with delectable cuisine and hand-picked music.
Visitors will rediscover the numerous Bulgarian varieties that pair nicely with foods made with farm goods with the guidance of wine experts. There will be a wine bar with a unique range of local Bulgarian wines. The celebration is incomplete without music; that’s why the musical lineup consists of a DJ, a brass band, and a saxophonist.
The organizers highlighted that entrance is free of cost, and the visitors can pay for consumption on the spot without needing anything in advance. In addition, several other mouthwatering cuisines will be served. Every person will receive personalized attention, allowing them to personalize their feeds to their preferences.
The Ministry of Tourism and Agriculture, the Municipality and the Council of Tourism in Plovdiv, and the organization for the management of the Thrace Tourist Region all support the International Day of Mavruda, an initiative of the Bulgarian Association of Wine Professionals.