As promised, here's the link to the in-flight magazine of Bulgaria
Air, where the article about Bulgarian wine and its industry can be
found starting page 7 (7 is the sequential pdf page, the actual number
on the bottom of the page is 48, because they did not include the
advertisements in the online version).

http://www.air.bg/uf//Broj%2073%20smal-new%20(2).pdf
or
http://tinyurl.com/ybly4u7
or
http://preview.tinyurl.com/ybly4u7
or
click on the magazine cover itself on
http://www.air.bg/en/flight-magazine


Some notes about the article:

- it's alternating in Bulgarian and English; the English text is either
on the entire following page, or on the bottom half of the same page if
they share it.

- it is written from a Bulgarian point of view, and therefore debunks
some 'myths' about the place of Bulgarian wine in the world, that will
probably seem amusing to a world audience

- the name of the article, in Bulgarian, is "Bulgarian wine: rising
after the fall"; I don't think the English title they chose is better.

- on sequential page 10 (bottom of page number 51, the sentence "The
huge part of this export was a cheap and unpretentious product for the
vast global market." should read "vast soviet market".


Finally, the subsequent article in the magazine is tangentially
wine-related. It is about Melnik - the smallest town in Bulgaria, and
home to the eponymous indigenous vine varietal and wine.

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