Vinex Slavyantsi


Packaging: 0.750l, 3l, 1.500l, 10l

Portfolio: Leva Chardonnay Dimyat and Muscat, Leva Rose from Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz, Leva Rose from Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz, Leva Pinot Noir, Leva Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, Sungurlarski Muscat, Slavyantsi Traminer, Chardonnay, Rosenvo, Roseno musket dry

One of the oldest working wineries in Bulgaria is located in the heart of the Rose Valley – this is Vinex Slavyantsi. It is strongly connected both with the ancient traditions of wine production in the region and with our modern wine history. The flagship of the region and of Vinex Slavyantsi is the local variety Red Muscat, which is the basis of the elegant and fresh white wines and fragrant rakia produced by Slavyantsi.

As early as 1898, at the wine and beverage exhibition in Antwerp, Belgium, Red Muscat wine from Sungurlare received the first gold medal for white Bulgarian wine! Gradually, until 1929, the local cooperatives in Slavyantsi, Sungurlare, Lozarevo, and Karnobat built their own cooperative cellars. In 1950 the four wineries were united as Vinex Slavyantsi.

Since its founding until today, the company is engaged in the production of wine and rakia in the region of Sungurlar Valley and its great success continues due to the combination of traditions of local winemakers and modern technology. With the help of highly efficient technologies and qualified staff, about 150,000 hectoliters of wine, vermouth, and rakia are produced annually. The vessel capacity is 300,000 hectoliters, including 200,000 hectoliters for primary wine production and 1,600 oak barrels.

The winery has four modern technological lines for cold sterile bottling of still and sparkling wine, vermouth, rakia, and brandy, as well as a line for bag in box packaging with a capacity of 3 to 10 liters.

The wine of the cellar is typical for the region of the Rose Valley – with ethereal and delicate floral aromas, light body, and refreshing finish. The LEVA brand under which Slavyantsi wines are sold is well known both in Bulgaria and in the Scandinavian countries.