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Bulgaria is divided into five wine regions, which between them account for the entire country except for the area around the capital, Sofia. The Balkan Mountains (in Bulgarian, Stara Planina) divide the country climatically as well as physically, separating the hotter south, with its rich, full wines, from the cooler north, where the wines are more refined and imported, classic grape varieties dominate. Native Bulgarian grapes are concentrated more in the south.

Wines are clearly labelled, with winery name (often that of the district) and grape variety, plus quality category.

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