Our vineyards are situated in the village of Perushtitsa, only 20 kilometers south of the city of Plovdiv, on the northern slopes of the Rhodope Mountains. And it is the particularly rocky soil of these slopes that gave our vineyard, Kamenki, its name many years ago: Kamenki meaning "small rocks".
This soil stimulates moisture retention and contributes to the production of good yields and freshness by protecting against drought.
At Kamenki, we have in our possession 20 hectares (45 acres) of vines and cultivate the following grape varieties: the Bulgarian variety Mavrud, as well as Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Muscat Petit Grain.
The site was selected after discussions with a team of international experts which took into account both the soil and the microclimate.
Aside from the suitability of the site for producing high quality grapes the vineyard has a superb backdrop, set as it is against the slopes of the mountains soaring above it.