Karnobatska Grape Rakia

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Karnobatska Grozdova Rakya or Karnobatska Grape Brandy is the only rakya on the Bulgarian market which achieves its unique purity by the power of an ancient Christian rite. The secret is the silver cross which the technologists of "Vinprom Karnobat" every year dunk in the cauldrons right after the brandy's boiling.

Thus the brandy is purified to perfection and gets part of the sanctity of the Christian relic. Silver is the perfect natural way to eliminate residue in the most eco-friendly way and to give the brandy purity, rich taste and strong grape aroma. Today, "Vinprom Karnobat" uses the power of the precious metal in the form of special silver filters installed in the boiling containers.

Karnobatska Grozdova Rakya or Karnobatska Grape Brandy is a classic Bulgarian rakya, the result of hard work and constant striving for development by the team of agronomists, oenologists and technologists of Vinprom Karnobat. Rakya, produced by modern technology, but with preserved traditions of the Karnobat master distillers.



Karnobatska Grozdova Rakya is a balanced drink with a mild taste and fine grape aroma. It is made of Pamid, Rkatstiteli, Dimyat and Ugni Blanc and has been aged for 6 months in specially selected oak barrels. It has a delicate, golden color and fresh aroma of well-ripened grapes from the own vineyards of "Vinprom Karnobat".


Type: grape rakya / grape brandy

Variety: Pamid, Rkatsiteli, Dimiat, Ugni Blanc

Region: Thracian Valley

Origin: own vineyards


Colour: delicate golden

Aroma: gentle grape notes in combination with well-balanced oak wood

Taste: balanced and elegant taste

Mature: 6 months in oak barrels

Alcohol level: 40% abv

Serving temperature: 12-15°C


Food pairing suggestions: a good accompaniment to fresh salads, vegetable appetiers, meat hors d’oeuvres and light relishes.

Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2018
Silver medal
International Wine and Spirits Competition London 2017
Bronze medal
Vinaria 2011
Bronze medal & Honorary diploma
Vinaria 2003
Honorary diploma