Wine cellar Angels Estate is situated in close proximity of Zhrebchevo dam, Nova Zagora town, on the foothills of Sredna gora. The winery owns 1,500 decares of new vines with the varieties Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Syrah, Petite Verdot, Grenache, Mourvèdre and Barbera, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Traminer, Viognier, Semillon and Pinot Gris.
The soil composition is diverse – sandy-stony, cinnamon-foresty and clay-calcareous.
The cellar is located on 14000 sq m of unfolded area of which 7000 sq m is dug underground. This allows for the technological process to be carried out by gravity.
They have two cellars for maturing wine in barrels with full temperature control.
The wines of the cellar are showcased in 4 series: Stallion (inspired by the name of the dam), Deneb, Angel and Cattleya.
You can get to know the wines of the cellar, the technological process and meet the wine makers by making a reservation in advance. You will be charmed by what you see and taste along with the whole experience.
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The tomb was accidentally discovered in 1944 by soldiers who, while digging a trench, came across a bricked stone wall. It is located on the Tulbeto hill, 5 kilometres from Kazanlak. The tomb is the only completely preserved monument of painting from the early Hellenistic era in Bulgaria. It belonged to the Thracian ruler Roigos and is part of a large necropolis located near the ancient city of Seutopolis. UNESCO declared the tomb a world historical and cultural heritage.