The Wine Museum in Pleven exhibits over 6000 wines from across Bulgaria, making it the home to the country's largest selection. Historically, Pleven is known for its wine industry, housing the first and only Professional High School of Vine Growing and Wine Making.
Located in a converted cave among the greenery and lakes of Kailaka National Park, a trip to the wine museum offers visitors a glimpse of the region's spectacular natural landscape. The museum itself was created by a team of Bulgarian and French designers, architects, enologists and museum experts. Inside it consists of five galleries, including a museum exhibiting 30-90 year old wines, a history hall showing objects related to vine growing and wine making from ancient times to today, and a wine cellar offering thousands of wines from all regions of Bulgaria. Visitors can practice their wine tasting skills here and sample a whole selection of wines from new to mature. A definite must for the wine connoisseurs.
1 Totlebenov Val, Kailaka National Park, Pleven, PlevenView Larger Map
Best For Whom
- Mature Travellers
Best For What
- Cultural Experience
- The Local Experience