The Danubian Plains cover most of Northern Bulgaria. Here a continental climate brings hot summers and cold winters. Most wines are produced from international varieties, both red and white, as well as from Bulgarian varieties such as Gamza (Kadarka) and Pamid.
Chateau Burgozone: Situated on the southern bank of the Danube River close to the town of Oryahovo, Chateau Burgozone produce PGI wines from international varieties such as Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Viognier. They also produce excellent Pinot Noir and rather interestingly, a Marselan.
Maryan Winery: Founded in 2010 by the Ivanov family, the Maryan winery is located in the village of Maryan at the foot of the Stara Planina Mountain. They produce red and white wines from different international varieties, but the most exciting wine is arguably their barrel fermented Dimyat.
Gulbanis: Situated in the rolling hills of Gorski Dolen Trambesh and close to the Yantra River, just to the north east of Veliko Turnovo, Gulbanis Winery has achieved some local success with an award winning Moscato Bianco.