Varbovka Winery was established in the distant 1934. It is located in the village of Varbovka and is part of the northern wine-growing region of Bulgaria. Created as a cooperative, by the Consumer Cooperative “Grosse” derived through a review of the regime and numerous reconstructions. In 1999. It was purchased from the family of oenologists – Plamen and Svetlana Penevi. The leadership of the winery team with the Penevi family – engineer Svetlana Peneva and son and engineer Kaloyan Penev with the University of Technology, daughter and Laura Peneva won a training course at Wine & Spirit Education Trust.
The winery produces: white, rosé and red wines are produced, as well as the traditional Bulgarian wormwood or Pelin. The winery does not have its own vineyards, but the grapes that are processed are mainly locally grown, from Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay, Muscat Otonel and Kailushki Misket. The production is targeted at smaller batches of high quality wines, divided into 3 series: no occasion, Native and Cuvee