Bulgaria prides itself on a millennia-old legacy of winemaking. The wines of ancient Thrace were praised by Homer in both The Illiad and The Odyssey. Bulgarians worship wine for its ability to challenge both the senses and the intellect. Board your coach for a sightseeing drive through Varna downtown, crossing the 173-foot-tall Asparuchov Bridge to enjoy a panoramic view of the city. Continue to the Ethnographic Museum of Varna, where tools and casks revealing the Bulgarian wine-production traditions of the 19th century are exhibited. Now that you know about Varna's traditions and present-day outlook, it’s time to indulge in the exquisite quality, taste and flavor of red and white Bulgarian wines. A sommelier will acquaint you with the specific technology and the Bulgarian touch added to the production of each wine. This is a rare chance to taste the best Bulgarian wines right from the cellar. Afterwards, you will have the opportunity to purchase the wine of your choice if you so desire.