All the vineyards are located in Kirklareli Province. The Bulgarian name of Kirklareli was Lozengrad, which means "The city of Vines". We currently have 85 hectares under vine . Our plantings are some of the highest density in the Balkans and Turkey, ranging from 5,000 to 6,666 vines per hectare , with some vineyards even at 10 ,000!
The aim of high-density planting is to enhance quality and encourage deep root systems to express the full potential of the terroir. The Strandja Massif has a dominant effect on our vineyard soils and climates.
Chamlija 'Thracian' Red
A diverse array of wines are made by this producer including those from grapes Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Bordeaux Blend Red, Cabernet Sauvignon, Rare White Blend, Narince, Cabernet Franc - Merlot, Viognier, Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot, Kalecik Karasi, Papazkarasi, and Albarino (Alvarinho).
This wine is hard to find.
400m MSL. Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Kalecik Karası and Narince. Pinot Noir, Kalecik Karası and Chardonnay soils 65 million-year-old fossiliferous limestone and clay. Narince on sand and decomposed granite, 350 million-year-old.
Poyrali (Parpara) Vineyards
300m MSL. Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. Soils: limestone, clay, sand and quartz pebbles.
The Camlica family
The Camlica family has been farming in Buyukkaristiran, Luleburgaz since 1936. The first generation of the family immigrated from Kubadin, Razgrad, in northeastern Bulgaria. Kubadin was renamed Loznitsa in the 1930s. The new name means "Vineyard Place" in Bulgarian, referring to the fact that this was the first place where American rootstocks were grown first time in the country.