Wine cellar Haralambievi emerged on the wine scene fairly recently but they gained popularity incredibly fast with their quality wines and regional approach.
The Haralambievi family cultivate over 85 hectares of vineyards in the region of Pleven in 4 separate vineyard locations. They approach each one individually both in the cultivation of the vines and in the vinification of the harvested grapes. An exceptional terroir approach.
Although they had been taking care of the vineyard for 10 years, it was only in 2018 that they decided to reopen an old wine cellar in the village of Peternitsa and create their own wine home.
This period of time is enough for them to gain experience, knowledge and confidence in viticulture, and for their vines to reach an optimal phase of development in order to produce quality wines with which to successfully appear on the Bulgarian wine scene. The cellar’s first harvest is in 2019 and they won over wine lovers and connoisseurs as early as their first wines.
The contemporary equipped wine cellar specializes in the production of short-batch wines from the local Kailachki Misket and Ruby varieties as well as premium white and red wines from international varieties.
Cveti and Mitko Haralambievi are vintners and winemakers who want to restore the glory of Pleven as an important wine-growing center, because they believe that the area has potential.
There is a plan to build a tasting room where wine tourists will be able to meet the wines of the cellar, get to know the family and their philosophy.
We will continue to follow their development and we hope to be able to offer you wine expriences in their winery very soon.
The cave is located 2 km from the village of Karlukovo and is a natural rock bridge with a length of 262 m. The passageway is naturally lit by the huge entrances and by the natural openings in the ceiling or “windows”. It is no coincidence that the local population calls them the “Eyes of God” and sometimes the “Eyes of the Devil”.
Panorama “Pleven Epopee 1877” is the only monument of its kind on the Balkan Peninsula, built in 1977 on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the liberation of Pleven from Ottoman rule. The monument stands on the battlefield itself, in the Skobel Park-Museum on the southwestern outskirts of the city. The panorama consists of four halls: introductory, panoramic, diorama and closing.
The “Provartenika” rock formation is located west of the town of Lukovit and north of the village of Karlukovo. The rock takes the form of a majestic stone tower that rises above a dozen other smaller formations. The “Great Tower” has a hole at its top, through which the sun’s rays pass during the summer and winter solstice. It is believed that in ancient times the place served as an ancient observatory.