Consortium Goals and Objectives

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September 17th - 20th 2012
First international event, together with the Regional Vine and Wine Chamber, "Trakia, for the promotion of consortium wines and its members. more...

August 29th 2012
First internal wine tasting/selection process for the Chinese market and interested clients. more...

As world wine markets have diversified with the entry of New World Wines and to better assist the market placement of Bulgarian wines into these markets, Bulgarian wine producers have become unified under a single representative organisation. Through the combined resources of its members, The Trakia Wine Consortium aims at achieving a national representation for both high quality wine production and unfaltering consistencies. Its dedication to quality assurance and the ability to organise product quantities from small series of specialty wines to mass quantities of quality wines for larger markets provides the market strength and capacity that would be otherwise unmanageable by individual wine producers.

In response to client priorities in wine standards and to ensure proper business ethics, the first and most relevant priorities of the Wine Consortium Trakia are quality and client relations. Through strict internal control systems, from the vineyard to the consumer, the Wine Consortium Trakia is able to guarantee an unfaltering exchange between its member wine producers and the clients with which the Consortium manage.

The Wine Consortium Trakia has begun initiatives for the promotion of high quality Bulgarian wines to many existing and developing markets. These initiatives include European programmes for the promotion of Bulgarian wines to Russia, Asia and Europe with future initiatives planned to Northern American and other countries abroad.

Together with other national and regional institutes, the Wine Consortium Trakia is a very active promoter of all aspects of the wine industry including wine tourism, investment programmes, diversification and quality building activities. From among these programmes, “1,333 Small Bulgarian Wineries” and “The Bulgarian Wine Routes” have been initiated to further develop the internal wine industry, to better establish its members in world wine markets and to promote the growing sector of local wine tourism.

Consortium Members

The Wine Consortium Trakia is managed by a  Board of Directors and has established three types of members; more...

Bulgarian Wine History, Culture and Traditions

Bulgaria’s rich history of wine traditions can be traced back to the very origins of wine making over 6,900 years ago to the Thracian tribes that once inhabited the early regions of the Balkan Peninsula, more...

Local Wines and Wine Regions of Bulgaria

The wine producing areas of Bulgaria can be classified into five wine producing regions; the Thracian Valley, The Danubian River Plains, The Black Sea Coast, the Valley of Roses and the Struma Valley, more...