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Fine Wine Corner and master classes will open new horizons to the visitors

Numerous lectures, master classes, workshops and presentations, 550 Bulgarian wines, to be presented by more than 85 exhibitors. All this is only a simple idea about the atmosphere at DiVino. Taste 2019, which is held from 22 to 24 November at Inter Expo Center.

The Forum of Bulgarian Wine, organized by Gourmet Publishing, gives each visitor the opportunity to get into an as direct contact as possible with the experts behind the creation of each of the presented drinks.

DiVino. Taste 2019 develops its potential in halls 5 and 6 at Inter Expo Center. Hall 5 is dedicated to the Bulgarian wineries, which with the diversity of proposals allow the participants to make the right choice. In the company of delicious food and coffee, visitors will enjoy the allocated Good Mood area in Hall 6. On the stands located therein, they will find delicacies, quality handicraft products, bakery products, olive oils, water, coffee, wine accessories, partners and organizers information desks.

Bulgarian wine is the focus of the National conference "Bulgarian wine in the XXI century" which took place within the framework of DiVino. Taste 2019. In the largest Congress hall at Inter Expo Center, Vitosha Hall, on the first exhibition day, 22nd November, questions are raised about the increasing quality of the local wines, the legislative initiatives and many others.

The second and the third day of the event – 23 and 24 November (Saturday and Sunday) will be busy conducting master classes. Various wine regions around the world, different types of wine from Bulgaria and abroad, as well as the latest trends in winemaking will be presented within the scope of the program.

The organizers have arranged also an attractive Fine Wine Corner. In the area is separate A special area for tastings of Bulgarian wines from local varieties, including Mavrud, Ruby, Melnik, Dimyat, Tamyanka and others is allocated on the premises.

On the 23rd November the DiVino. Taste 2019 doors are open for visitors from 11.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m.  and on Sunday 24th November, from 10.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.