Dalvina Winery

s.Hamzali, 2431 Bosilovo, Strumica
Macedonia, former Yugoslav Republic

Telephone +389 34 375000
Fax +389 34 335133

Hall map

ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 15): stand G21

Fairground map

ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 15

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.12  Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
  •  Povardarie


  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.12  Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
  •  Strumicko-Radovisko


Our products

Product category: Povardarie, Strumicko-Radovisko


In combination with the newest technology , the traditional old knowledge can be noticed in the taste of the established character of our wines. All the wines, white as much as the red ones are rich in flavors, powerful, even exotically tropical , clear, vivid fruity, have great intensity, spicy, buttery, with individual character, with touch of sweetness and can be drunk young or aged with a noticeable developed complexity.

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About us

Company details

Our vineyards and winery are located near the city of Strumica, south- east Macedonia, in the Strumichko-Radovishki wine region. That is famous valley of the Struma and Strumeshnica rivers. The valley has Mediterranean climate. With the altitude of 380 m. surrounded by high mountains vineyards have a constant light wind as a guest. The average temperature of the air in the period of vegetation is 20,2 Celzius centigrades. We have 210 sunny days in the year. With so many sunny days, little rains, low relative humidity of the air – healthy grapes is a main characteristic of the region.

It is a new winery with capacity of 42000 hl. The latest gentle technology has been installed from reception of the grapes until fermentation. We are using traditional délestage wine making process for red wines. Automatically controlled cap plunging is enhancing color and aromas extraction. Our aim is to capture the unique properties of the grapes, the soil and microclimates of the area.

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