The winery Chateau Tipchenitza is located in Northwest Bulgaria – just under the Vrachanski Balkan in the village of Tipchenitsa in the Municipality of Mezdra. In the past the area has been widely known for the biggest production of vine planting material in the country – up to six million pieces per annum. The elevated terrain and the sandy clay soil make the area extremely suitable for the cultivation of the traditional Bulgarian grape variety Vrachanski misket. Today Nature Park Vrachanski Balkan is one of the most beautiful and unspoiled places in Bulgaria, which is why it is also part of the Natura 2000 network of protected zones.
The vineyards of Chateau Tipchenitza are located on the hills right after the village, from where a magnificent view of the Vrachanski Balkan and the field of Vratsa can be found - the altitude of the latter is just a few meters above the one of the vineyards. The beautiful panoramas can be found in the subcategory "Gallery" on the main menu.
Sky Club Ltd. has been established in 2003 when it renovated the old Working Cooperative Agricultural Farm in the village of Tipchenitsa. Since then the company has been developing its activities in the fields of: production of vine planting material, cultivation of vineyards and production of high quality wines. The company cultivates 28.6 hectares of own vineyards with the traditional Bulgarian grape varieties Vrachanski misket and Rubin and the widespread Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Chardonnay. The production of wine from own vineyards is the best guarantee for quality of the final product.
Sky Club Ltd. has four successfully completed projects with EU funding in the programmes SAPARD (Special Accession Programme for Agriculture and Rural Development) and Re-structuring and Conservation of Vineyards. Since 2011 it has established itself on the market under the trademark Chateau Tipchenitza. In 2014 we carried out a modernization and expansion of the existing production facilities in line with the ethos of the company wit emphasis on persistence and perfection.