Chateau Boshnakoff is located in the village of Ezerovo, 10 km west of the city of Varna on the northern shore of Lake Varna. The cellar began its production in 2020 after an investment by the Bosnakovi family’s viticultural company.
Chateau Boshnakov’s mission is to offer high quality wines with character, reflecting the specificity of the Black Sea region, albeit in small batches. The winery is modernly equipped and throughout the technological process constant temperature control is carried out. Тhey use exclusively stainless steel vessels and French barrels with a volume of 225 liters are used.
Wine tourism is also part of the goals of the team at Chateau Boshnakov. A large tasting room with a shop is currently under construction. In the meantime you can enjoy their wines in the small tasting room with a capacity of up to 15 people.
The winery owns 1,600 decares of its own vineyards distributed in three separate massifs in the villages of Sunny, Pripek, Ezerovo and in the immediate vicinity of the Pobiti Kamani natural landmark. In addition to classics, such as Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Riesling, Traminer, Pinot Gris, Semyon, etc., typical Bulgarian varieties are also grown – Varna Misket, Vrachanski Misket and Dimyat. The red varieties are represented by Pinot Noir, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Rubin, Sangiovese, Cote Malbec, Marcellan, Syrah, etc.
Wine tasting at Chateau Boshnakoff
for two people
BGN 80 for two people
Tour of the wine cellar following the journey of the wine
The Ovech Fortress is a stone fortress that is located east of the city of Provadia, 53 km west of the city of Varna. Archaeological studies have established that the fortification was used from the 3rd century to the first decades of the 7th century and then from the 10th to the 11th to the end of the 17th century. When visiting the fortress in the stone fortification, you can also see the talking well, 79m deep, the metropolitan church, the knight’s prison, the tower with the devil’s path and the Kalugera holes. The fortress works all year round. There is a guided tour of the fortress provided by the Historical Museum in Provadia.
“The Palace” is the former summer residence of the Romanian Queen Maria Alexandrina Victoria de Edinburgh (1875–1938). It is located about 2 km southwest of the city of Balchik, in a beautiful area between the Balchik rocks and the sea. The University Botanical Gardens in Balchik are on the territory of the park part of the former summer residence. The botanical gardens are divided into different parts – greenhouses, park part, terrace-gardens.
The sea capital of Bulgaria offers tourists countless interesting locations to visit – the Dolphinarium, the Sea Garden, the Retro Museum and the Wax Museum, the Sea Casino Cultural Center, The Dormition of the Mother of God Cathedral and much more. Galata Panoramic Square is located about 2 kilometres from the city centre and is one of the few places where you can enjoy the beauty of the city from above.