Northern Black Sea region
The Northern Black Sea region is strongly influenced by the proximity of the Black Sea. The climate is extremely favorable for the development of viticulture and is suitable for growing white grape varieties.
Climate and soils
The Black Sea coast is characterized by relatively warm summers and mild winters. Average annual temperature amplitudes are relatively low, which provides a prerequisite for the smooth development of the vines. Average annual rainfall is the lowest in the country. Local winds – the breezes affect the climate of the region by blowing cool air from the sea to the land during the day, and in the opposite direction at night. The soils are mainly chernozem, limestone, and gray forest.
2080 - 2250 hours