The first Cooperative of vine-growers and wine-producers has been established in 1924 in the town of Pomorie and the first modern wine-cellar included in Black Sea Gold JSC has been put into operation in 1932. Company is situated on four sites in Pomorie Region Vine-growing and Wine-producing Centre. The old reputation of Pomorie as Vine-growing and Wine-producing Center has been passed on and preserved during the ages by the masters wine-producers. Today, Black Sea Gold JSC - Pomorie technologists and experts, following the traditions and armed with new contemporary equipment and technology, implementing the latest achievements of world science and practice, carry on with dignity the reputation of Pomorie wines.
The basic manufacturing specialization of the company is: buying wine grapes (between 20 and 30 thousand tons average per year), production of broached and bottled wine, wine brandy and brandies. The company is equipped with three bottling lines of 30 million bottles aggregate capacity per year.
Over 80% of the production is intended for export in the countries of Western Europe and the countries of CIS and Russia, the largest markets being Germany, France, Finland, Poland, Russia, Belarus, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Ukraine, Israel and Japan. Produced wines are 50% white and 50% red. Basic assortments are quality dry white wines: Dimiat, Ugni Blanc, Muscat and Chardonnay and quality red wines: Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.
Black Sea Gold JSC - Pomorie is the largest producer of wine brandy in Bulgaria. The company has at its disposal a French distillery, the only one in Eastern Europe. Distillate, obtained from the sharant stills, has the typical fine aroma and elegant flavour with palatable freshness. That is why the cognac drinks produced of such distillate have excellent aromatic qualities that satisfy even the most refined tastes. Any person, who had tried the wine brandies of Black Sea Gold, wishes the drinks again, produced of wine distillate, matured from two to forty years in oak casks of Strandzha oak.