The unique and gracious viticultural terroir favors the cultivation of both white and red varieties, which with timely planned and appropriate agronomic techniques and reduced yield, consistent with the technological requirements of the enologists produce grapes for the manufacture of impressive wines of high quality. The climate is continental. It is characterized by relatively mild winters and dry summers. Average annual sunshine is 2900 hours, and the average amount of rainfall is 588 mm.

The vineyards are facing south, placed on alluvial cinnamon and lawn soils, drained, slightly acid and with the appropriate content of clay and iron. Interestingly, they contain small carbonate debris that act as natural drainage and contribute to mineral notes in white wines. The formations of the vineyards are single, double and double scrubby Guyau, and with a density of 400 vines on an acre.

Besides its own sorts, Medi Valley Winnery makes its wines from the grapes of a single, specially selected for the varietal composition, geographic location and characteristics suitable vineyards. The winery controls a 250-acre vineyard near Vidin. This vineyard is selected because of the specificity of the terroir. The climate is temperate continental with an influence of the Danube.

The vineyard is 125 meters above sea level on an area with marked displacement. The soil is humus carbonate, formed on limestone bedrock. It is mixed up with sand and clay, and the numerous shells of mussels and shellfish of ancient origin make it unique. The vine varieties are Chardonnay, Viognier, Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot and Rondo.