Vinal was established in 1947 and is situated in the city of Lovech (north-central Bulgaria) in the Danube Plain, one of the five main viticultural regions in the country.
Its vineyards encompass both international and local grape varieties, including Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Franc, Chardonnay, Muscat Ottonel, Muscat of Alexandria, Dimyat, Pamid, Gamza, Varna Muscatel, and Viogner.
It maintains a wide production range, including white, rose and red wines (dry, semi-dry, semi-sweet, dessert, sparkling), fruit liquors, vermouth, vodka, gin, brandy, etc. The average wine production per year is 8 500 000 and the wine storage facilities have a capacity exceeding 13 000 000 liters. It has three bottling lines and the manufacturing technology available allows bottling its products in various dosages-from 0,1 l to 3,0 l.
The production of Vinal is allocated to both the domestic market and export. The ratio is 10% for the domestic market and 90% for export markets. Export countries include Poland , Russia, USA, Mongolia, Japan, Czech Republic, England, Lithuania, Latvia, Croatia, Cyprus, Ukraine, South Korea, Iraq, Ghana, Vietnam and others.