Mitko Manolev Winery
Mitko Manolev Winery information
For the most atmospheric adventures in degustatsia (wine tasting), clamber up the cobblestones to this winery, also known as Shestaka (‘six-fingered’); it's named after the founder, who had an extra digit (as does his modern-day descendant Mitko). This place is basically a cellar dug into the rocks, plus a hut with tables and chairs outside. It’s along the hillside trail between the Bolyaskata Kâshta ruins and the Kordopulov House. Accommodation is also available (double 35 lv).