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Rossetya Wine House

Once experienced your "Rossetya" offer, surely few will resist the temptation to extend also at home the atmosphere found here. And how can you do that other than using the same architectural elements of wellbeing that "Rossetya team draw for each of its guest? This is why, in the restaurant hall it was made an exhibition space of the House Wine "Rossetya". The samples follow the saloons wine list, but the prices are those of any store of wines and the spirits from the finest.

If the wine passionate will easily handle alone among the different labels - whether in-house or imported - for the less initiated, the sommeliers service is available at all times.

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Domeniul Coroanei Segarcea
Domeniul Coroanei Segarcea
A wine for a king

Segarcea - “the land of dream” as its Latin roots predict - is one of the twelve domains that the Royal House of Romania took under administration during Carol I, King of Romania, in 1884, by Parliament decision. This is how the Administration of the Royal Domains (ADC) was established.

A blessed terroir in the Golden Latitude

Domeniul Coroanei Segarcea spreads over a blessed terroir with mild sun and harsh soil, like a precious mixture of basic nature and high-altitude human character.

Segarcea estate lies on the 44° parallel, known as „the quality parallel”, in the Southern region of Romania called Oltenia, 25 km away from Craiova city and 70 km away from the Danube. In Segarcea, vinegrowing is favoured by the terroir. The vines spread over the last hills that lead to the Danube. In the past, these hills were at the bottom of a sea which rose like a limestone pedestal covered nowadays by a chernozem bedding.

At least 1440 hours of sunshine annually, from the 1st of April to the 31th of October, favor especially the red varieties, without discouraging the whites. The annual rainfall raises up to 565 mm and the average annual temperatures reach 11 degrees Celsius. Ideal conditions to create strong character wines.
Domeniul Coroanei Segarcea
Alira
Casa de Vinuri Rossetya

2006 is the year in which the company WINERO decided to bring in Romania "the philosophy of Bordeaux wines - intelligently blending wines from several grape varieties to provide a wine more complex, balanced" (Count Stephan von Neipperg). A group of foreign investors, which is headed by Dr. Karl Heinz Hauptmann and oenologist Marc Dworkin, decided to give a new image of Romanian wine and barren land to ALIMAN.

Dr. Karl Heinz Hauptmann is the founder of "Telor Capital Management" investment fund in the Czech Republic and he was the former director of  "Merrill Lynch London". Oenologist Marc Dworkin has extensive experience in Bordeaux where he began work on Benjamin and Edmond of Rothschild and continued with Vignobles Bessineau, Chateau Larmande, Château Bellefont Belcier, and in countries with a lower recognition for producing quality wines, such as Bulgaria, China, Israel.

The results so far show that mastery oenologist lead to obtaining excellent wines also in viticultural areas outside France.

Terroir from ALIMAN, that mix of climate and soil conditions, was the one that drew the attention of the shareholders. Thus, in 2007 and 2008, ALIMAN returned to life with the advent of the vine on the hills formerly desolate. Now, the 80 hectares are planted with Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and dearest new variety that we have the highest expectations from, Fetească Black.

In late September 2009, the first 20 hectares under grape bearing provided meeting the quality requirements of Marc Dworkin. From Delayed we got our first wine from Romania, named Alira.

Alira Wines

In 2009 we harvested our first grapes from Aliman plantation. 20 hectares of merlot have reached maturity, just enough to give the opportunity to oenologist Marc Dworkin to create our first wine: Merlot Alira 2009.

And this is just the beginning ...

In 2010 we harvested Cebernet Sauvignon and Merlot grapes and in 2011 the first Black Fetească provided the best they had. Thus, in 2012 we launched two new wines: Alira Cabernet 2010 and Alira Tribune 2011-a blend of three vine varieties we have planted on Aliman - Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and black Fetească.

All wines created by us will reach the shelves under the brand Alira - name comes from the name of the place where the vines grow ( ALIman) and the place that will arise wine ( RAsova).
Casa de Vinuri Rossetya
Purcari
Purcari

The History of Purcari Wines

The inhabitants of these lands have known the taste of good wine since history can remember. In ancient times a Roman colony was established here. The Romans had an immense influence on the traditions of local winemaking and consumption.

During the centuries, these traditions not only developed but also improved a lot. Our country became the home of splendid wines.

The newest step in the history of Purcari wines starts in 2003, when the “Vinaria Purcari” company was created. The main purpose of creating the company was to revive the production of unique, historic wine blends, such as Negru de Purcari and Rosu de Purcari. The production facility was rebuilt in the Purcari area – a region, where the quality of the soil and the climate create ideal conditions for viticulture. The Purcari production facility was fully revived and upgraded, and the old cellars, built as far back as 1827, were renovated. Today the cellars are among the oldest and most famous in Moldova. The Purcari estate is one of Moldova’s showcase attractions.

Today, Purcari wines hold more than 80 top awards from specialized international contests and wine tastings for the quality and taste of wine produced.
Purcari
Jidvei
Jidvei


The Jidvei Vineyard

Jidvei wines are nurtured in the Tarnave Vineyard, laid along the two Tarnave rivers, on the Tarnava Mica, from Zagar to Craciunelul de Jos, and on the Tarnava Mare. Some kilometers away from Alba Iulia, the home of the Great Union in 1918, and 150 kilometers away from the ancient Dacian fortress Sarmisegetuza, the cradle of the old Dacian civilization, the Tarnave Vineyard represents the heart... of a place filled with history and histories, some true, others imaginary, which bring Transylvania a touch of charm.

Spread now on a surface of more than 2000 hectares, the vineyard is situated at an altitude between 200- 500 meters, most of the vineyards being set on slopes with southern exposure, which makes the sun rays and atmospheric circulation to favor vine cultures. The land benefits of a continental plateau type climate with an average temperature of +9C, and the moderate temperatures... of the grapes' maturing period determine slow oxidation reactions, fact which helps to a continual accumulation of sugars, aromas, to a not so accentuated reduction of acidity. But the most precious gift that natures makes to the vine growers is The Autumn, The autumn on the valley of Tarnave river, with it's mild temperatures, alternating fogy days with sunny ones, gathering the aromas into the grapes and in the meantime keeping the level of acidity into the boundaries of an harmonious balance.

Jidvei
Girboiu Winery

Crama Girboiu


The winery Girboiu is a family business founded in 2005 that ownes a wide area of about 200 hectares, unique for its story and distinctive climate conditions. The vineyards are situated in the province Cotesti with a distinctive, particularly favourable climate conditions and a soil rich in minerals - unique in the south-east part of Romania.

The hills are situated at an altitude between 150 - 200 meters. This area has a long tradition in vine growing that every year gives modern and high quality level wines. The viticultural heritage of Girboiu winery is composed of native vines such as Sarba, Plavaie, Feteasca Regala, Feteasca Alba, Feteasca Neagra and the international one’s like Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling Italico, Muscat Ottonel, Gewurztraminer, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir.

Since the winery was founded, the Girboiu family manages all the sectors of the company together with a team of expertise, a growing process with a recent improvement of the Sales, Marketing and Communication sector. The cellar has a surface of 4000 square meters composed of processing area of grapes, the storage warehouse with a capacity of 2 million litters, and the bottling line in glass and bag-in-box package.

The equipments are models of latest generation; maceration and fermentation of the wines are taking place in stainless steel vessels at controlled temperature; maturation in French wood barrels.

Girboiu Cellar wishes to produce and offer to consumers the best wines, recommended by the uniqueness of the place and cultivated varieties of the well known vineyard Cotesti and the tradition recognized for hundreds of years of making good wine.

Crama Girboiu
Halewood International
Halewood International

Founded in 1978 by John Halewood, Halewood International Ltd. company soon became the largest independent domestic producer of wines and spirits in the UK. The company now owns stakes in key areas of the beverage industry worldwide. With an annual turnover exceeding 500 million Euros, Halewood International Ltd. distributes over 1,400 products in the UK and 30 countries wordwide. Four of Halewood International Ltd. brands can be found in the top ten brands in their category in the UK. Today, after an investment of 10 million Euros, the company owns four subsidiaries in Romania.

Halewood International
Rotenberg Winery

Cramele Rotenberg

I acquired a ruin in the village of Ceptura de Jos. The locals called the ruin "The Old Winery". It exhibited a two storey underground cellar. I reconstructed it as a gravitational winery, intended to cut down or even eliminate the use of pumps. The grapes are crushed and fermented separately upon "terroirs". We match to each "terroir" the yeast that provides the best "nose" and taste to the wine. The red grapes are fermented in semi-open recipients with manual sinking of the cap ("pigeage", fr.). The seeds are eliminated after the first week of fermentation through a procedure called in French "delestage". By eliminating the seeds we remove the strong herbal and astringent bitterness characteristic to young, full bodied reds. Though expensive and almost manual, these very traditional "old world" techniques provide for a "finesse" unequaled by modern stainless steel based technology. .The wine flows without pumps from fermenting recipients at the ground level into the barrels at the first underground floor. After aging, the wine flows freely (no pumps) to the bottling station at the second underground floor. We do not filter our wine. We fine it with egg albumin, if needed only.

We own a 25 hectare vineyard between Ceptura and Fantanele, two villages in the Dealu Mare region. It consist of some 6 lots. planted with Merlot vines. The soil, made of layers of sand and clay (montmorillonite, smectite) and the climate are very similar with those of Pomerol and Saint Emillion, Bordeaux. Merlot wines made in such litho-climatic conditions are extremely fructuous, full bodied, forward coming and complex.

Cramele Rotemberg
Prince Stirbey
Prince Stirbey
Rebirth of a tradition

Since more than 300 years, the family of Prince Stirbey has owned vineyards in the Dragasani wine region. "When I discovered it in 1999, I immediately understood why my ancestors chose this place: I fell in love at first sight with the enchanting landscape, the charming people living and working there since generations in their traditions, and with the balance between nature and people."
Discovery of traditional grape varieties

We are adepts of traditional grape varieties, evolved over the centuries and adapted to the pedoclimatic conditions of a wine region. Only there they can fully develop their personality. Vinifying them separately, we are only producing single grape wines, in order to reveal the individual character of each variety.

Discovery of Terroir


Soil, climate, flora and fauna, as well as customs of people working in our vineyards and in our winery, they all stongly influence the development of our grapes and wines - giving each single parcel a specific character – synthesized as Terroir or, in a profounder understanding, Genius Loci – the spirit of the place. Our aim is to convey this Genius Loci in all our wines
Prince Stirbey
S.E.R.V.E.
SERVE
Let’s go back to 1993, Romania. Despite apparently discouraging realities, in less than four years after the revolution, Count Guy de POIX has chosen this country, foreseeing the great quality potential of the Romanian vine-growing regions.

Count Guy de POIX owns 50 ha of vineyards in Corsica and one of the best wine brands of this area, „Domaine Peraldi”. Having this expertise and a lot of self-confidence, he created “Vinul Cavalerului” in 1994. After 12 years from launching, this brand represents the quality guarantee in Romania.

S.E.R.V.E. (The European-Romanian Society for Exquisite Wines) was the first and for a few years, the only private company in Romanian wine business. Both the shareholders, the majority being French vine growers, and S.E.R.V.E. team, have made all efforts and used all their knowledge for promoting the company’s motto: QUALITY.

The range of products has become wider by launching the “Terra Romana” brand, made of carefully selected wines, dedicated to the most refined tastes and distributed exclusively in HORECA and on export markets.

Since grapes are the starting point for a good wine, we particularly focus on choosing the vineyards that are well adapted for various types of grapes and we pay special attention when deciding the moment to harvest the grapes and to the preservation of the grapes during transportation (they are picked up in 13 to 250 kg cases and transported at a temperature of 10°C in cooling trucks).

S.E.R.V.E. cultivates nowadays 54 ha in the Dealu Mare region and 56 ha in the wine growing region of Babadag (Cogealac). All his plantations is between 3 to10 years old and are coming fromcrops grew in his private nursery. 
SERVE
Davino
Davino
Situated in the heart of the Dealu Mare viticulture region, surrounded by the Buzau river valley in the west and the Teleajan valley in the east, Ceptura is a hillock area with gentle slopes that are higher in the north-west part, towards Baragan.

The broad plantations with an estimate surface of about 600 hectare are situated both on the plain – at the base of the hills, but also on the four main hills and on the valley slopes that separate these relief levels.

The DAVINO plantations are located on each of the four parts of the hillock tablelands, on their superior part, in order to beneficiate from the maximum pedoclimate potential but also from the interesting microclimate diversity offered by each of the hills. There is a southern exposure, from place to place with a gentle eastern inclination, on a slope that varies from 7 to 25 %.

From a structural point of view, the soil has a high degree of heterogeneous elements, being better equipped with clay on the two hills oriented towards the west and with a lighter structure with lime stratums on the eastern hills.

The climate is moderate, continental with cold winters and hot summers, but the continental excessive features are attenuated because of the Mediterranean hot air-masses coming from the south and south-west along the Sub-Carpathians.
Davino

Vinarte
Vinarte
"Wine is poetry of the earth. Vinarte, in the three renowned estates that it owns, namely Dealu Mare, Samburesti and Mehedinti, aims to collect these lines and to gather them in a collection. We blended tradition and the exceptional potential of our vineyards with modern winemaking technique, without neglecting the human genius that creates them, hoping to be able to contribute to the birth of a new generation of great Romanian wines. The measure of our success can be given only by those who wish to taste the wines on which Vinarte experts have put their stamp. "SERGIO FALESCHINI - President Vinarte

Vinarte Estates

The company holds three production centres (vine plantations and wine making centres) located in three of the most important wine regions: Samburesti - Olt County, Zoresti, Dealu Mare - Buzau County and Starmina, Terase Danubiene - Mehedinti County.
Our Wines

The different conditions encountered in Dealu Mare, Sâmbureşti and Mehedinţi allow our specialists to grow grapes of the highest quality, local and international varieties out of which complex wines with a distinctive character are obtained. The selection below is the ideal way to discover the new generation of Romanian wines.

Collection Range


The wines belonging to Collection range have forever changed the wine industry in Romania, setting a new reference point in terms of quality. Over the years, these wines have received important awards in international competitions and have won the admiration of wine lovers everywhere. The style of these wines is characterized by complexity and elegance.
Vinarte
Recas Vineyards
Cramele Recas

The first records of viticulture in the Banat region date back from the period of the Roman invasion of Dacia, in their century AD. Earlier legends tell of the god of wine Bacchus spending his childhood here. From that day until present day, the blessing of the legendary gods of wine has continued to protect the destiny of the vineyards in Recas.

The people here have not been satisfied to live on the glory of the past and have invested heavily in the last few years to transform tradition into outstanding wines, through state of the art technology. The result: excellent wines for connoisseurs, wines that truly reflect the spirit of Recas and fully complete those who choose them.

Cramele Recas
Gramma
Gramma

Gramma, is a powerful concept to open a new direction for the communication of the wine: the intelligent conversation and language free from the impact flawless liqueur because always, fair and harmonious expression denotes physical and mental balance. The personality of these wines can be best described by the notion of travel must be combined verbal and constructive discussions, moments of inspiration, moments the conversation drift to subjects without words true and the consistency are left aside.

Gramma
Oprisor Winery
Crama Oprisor

An uninterrupted and unchallengeable history reveals connections between art and wine, on all levels, from the superficial approach through senses to the deepest, most subtle emotions.

One could endlessly discuss about wine and faith, rituals, genius, creation, poetry, saints or demons, about the way art and wine cross tracks in key moments of both personal and global history. But the following reading is not about historical excerpts, not about anthropological symbolism.

We simply wish to tell a story about a miracle – the meeting between special people, an unseen piece of Earth and an infinite desire to improve our work from one day to the next. We began to write this story the first time a few of our wines could not be sat in any existing category.

Wines that speak beyond flavor and taste, wines that address mainly to the hearts and minds of those who meet them, wines of such complexity and so many nuances weaving altogether in an unspeakable harmony that we just could not pass along with other wines on dusty shelves.

There is a threshold - beyond it, everything that mankind may manufacture is no longer an artifact, but art, be it about complications of timepieces, decorations in architecture, fine tapestry or wine. That what was supposed to be a wristwatch, a home, a chair of a glass of drink rises above its own status and, without losing its intended function, becomes a symbol, impossible to duplicate, brought to the world a unique piece or limited edition.

The wine turned into art found a natural bind to plastic arts. We linked our destiny with landmark people in the world of arts, in order to launch an unprecedented project, intimately connecting wine to drawing, painting, sculpture and photography.
Crama Oprisor
Cotnari Wine House
Casa de vinuri Cotnari
Cotnari Wine House is a project started in 2007 by the establishment of new plantations with new varieties and Busuioaca Fetească Bohotin and Black. Historically, the vineyard was known as having the same grape varieties grown, even before and after phylloxera attack, namely fatty Cotnari Tămâioasă Romanian, Fetească White Francusa. The establishment of new plantations was kept on the tradition, a fact that should be noted and appreciated. The vineyard is only Cotnari Romanian varieties of vine and wine producers in Romania few could boast this.

The reasons that have led the House of Wines Cotnari would be related to recent developments in the wine market: increased consumption of red wine, rose and especially demand increasingly higher dry and semi-dry white wine quality wines by the occurrence of "New World", the opening of borders after 1990, changes in the HoReCa segment (with an increase in Services and quality offered, ask for wine dedicated to this segment is growing).

The emergence of a number of specialized stores, presenting wines at various events promoting the arts, culture and civilization of wine (with a tradition and ancient culture, accompanying the man with his continued development and progress), all these aspects have gradually led to education and refining customers.

History, Art, Science and Innovation project can be found in the House of Wines Cotnari of items refer directly to the culture and civilization found on the labels range Colloquium, which is characterized by wide powerful symbols.

Wine is art, just like a work valuable, unique, whether it is in a limited edition, or represent all that is best in a cellar at a time. Just like a work of art, good wine opens a world apart, express and expressed through each drop, warm spirit and soul alike, just like wines Wine House Cotnari. But mostly forces you to be civilized, twice as nice Ernest Hemingway said, "first you have to know how to make wine, then you should know how to drink."
Casa de vinuri Cotnari
Basilescu Winery
Crama Basilescu
Fost proprietar al fabricii de vinuri si sampanie Basilescu & St. Marceaux, familia Basilescu detine in prezent, la Urlati, 60 de hectare de teren, plantate cu soiuri pentru vinuri rosi - Feteasca neagra, Merlot, Cabernet sauvignon si Burgund mare, - la care se adauga, in centrul viticol Pietroasele, 50 de hectare ce sunt plantate cu soiuri pentru vinuri albe si rose - Feteasca alba, Tamaioasa romaneasca, Riesling italian, Sauvignon Blanc si Busuioaca de Bohotin.

Maiestria dovedita de viticultorii Cramei Basilescu a dat nastere unor vinuri deosebite, clasificate in doua game distincte respectiv Crama Basilescu ai Eclipse Selection. Pasiunea si dinamismul s-au reunit in crezul unei echipe ce a dorit sa aduca pe piata vinuri de calitate, vinuri ce respecta vita de vie si care poarta amprenta speciala a terenului. Cu tehnologii inovative si vadind o nemarginita apreciere pentru vinuri curate si corecte, stilul impus de Crama Basilescu consacra un adevarat model in practicile vitivinicole nationale.
Crama Basilescu
M1. Crama Atelier
M1. Crama Atelier

Former owner of the Wine and champagne Basilescu & St. Marceaux, Basilescu family currently owns at howler 60 acres of land, planted with varieties for red wines - Fetească Neagra, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Burgundy great - plus, in Pietroasele wine center, 50 hectares are planted with varieties for white wines and rose - Fetească Alba, Tamaioasa Romaneasca, Italian Riesling, Sauvignon blanc and Busuioaca Bohotin.

Proven mastery Cellar Basilescu growers gave birth to great wines classified in two distinct ranges of Eclipse that Basilescu Cellar Selection. The passion and momentum gathered in the belief a team wanted to bring to market quality wines, wines that respect the vines and the land which bears the imprint special. With innovative technology and manifesting a boundless appreciation for clean and fair wine style wine cellar imposed Basilescu devote a true model in national wine practices.
M1. Crama Atelier
Domeniile Sahateni
Domeniile Sahateni

Located in Buzau and Teleajen rivers, crossed the 45th parallel, Dealu Mare region of the landscape perfectly combines two units namely: Carpathian and plain. South - facing vineyards in the region combined with a temperate continental climate with sporadic influences of warm Mediterranean air masses from the S and SE, typicality and variety of soils (from reddish-brown rendzinas calcareous clay pseudorenzine to chernozems) gives vigorous structure and complex wines. Located in the middle of this area, the entire assembly areas Sahateni benefit factors to obtain exceptional wines.
About Us

The idea was born in 2002 when Steve Cacenco - wine lover - attended a tasting presented by Aurelia Vişinescu - then winemaker at Halewood. Thus in 2003 the two founded the company aimed to host a science famous oenologist and passion for the wonderful world of wine: Sahateni areas. At the end of 3 million Euro project today are found in their own vineyards and a winery vineyard Dealu Mare ultramodern processing, maturation and bottling. Through our work we assume duty and honor to recover the value dimension Romanian wine. Processing facilities of 1000 tons of grapes / season (800,000 bottles), wine cellar is equipped with two production lines for both reds and for whites. Modern machines exclusive food grade stainless steel allow destemming grapes before crushing, destemming without crushing pulp for cooling cold maceration, fermentation at controlled temperatures. Cellars equipped with 160 "barriques" s ensure optimum conditions for invecirea certain lots of wine. Automatic bottling line with a capacity of 1500 bottles / hour, allowing bottling to protect wine from oxidation during operation by removing air from the bottle before filling and injection of inert gas (CO2, N2) the closing before.

Wine Bottling is stored in modern warehouse with a capacity of 500.000 bottles. Great location in the heart of the vineyard Dealu, technology, passion, soul and talent to help us fulfill our our main objective: exceptional wines.
Domeniile Sahateni
Budureasca
Budureasca

Budureasca Valley is settled in the first sub-Carpathian hills, 30 km E-N-Eawayfrom the city of Ploiesti. Budureasca river terraces include 31 archaeological sites, the densest ancient human group in Dacia.

On these hills, among the vestiges of the ancient Dacian civilization from Budureasca Valley, we are skilled in the craftsmanship of Budureasca wines in genuine respect for nature, to the liquor itself and also to our customers. From the noble legacy of these hills we kept pride, simplicity and honesty. For truly noble Romanian wines.

Located in the middle of the vineyard Dealu Mare, Budureasca fully enjoy a special microclimate, similar to the Bordeaux region, ideal for growing grapes and vineyard. The unique qualities ofthe climate and soil from these places give bright red color and strong fruits flavors to our red wines and to the white ones give them floral aromas and a crisp and fruity taste.

Our wine are designed both for the connoisseurs and collectors as well as for those who want to drink a good wine at a fair price.

Budureasca
Corcova Roy&Damboviceanu
Corcova Roy&Damboviceanu

Corcova Roy & Damboviceanu wines are elaborated in such a manner as to render as loyal as possible the "terroir" eloquence.

The extremely important human intervention plays precisely the role of keeping untouched the flavour, the taste and the scent of grapes that bring about wines. The parcels of vine, carefully treated and supervised, produce grapes whose identity is preserved in the wines produced, as they age in the cellar. Later on, through the oenologist's careful intervention, they are blended to mutually enrich and highlight their qualities.

Thoroughness, care, talent, these are all common features of the Roy & Damboviceanu team and they are essential in reaching the common goal: producing an excellent Romanian wine.

Vineyard

Located in the South-West of the country, in Mehedinti County, Corcova is considered a new vineyard for the today consumers, although it continues the tradition of producing quality wine, a practice that begun in this area hundreds of years ago.

Corcova Roy & Damboviceanu wines are special and have that "gout du terroir", because all the necessary elements meet in the same place: a temperate-continental climate with Mediterranean influence - warm and dry summers, gentle winters, with increased rain fall; soils with a diverse lithological structure and rich in minerals, specific to the Motru Piedmont, that is part of the largest piedmont area in the country, the Getic Piedmont; noble vine with the proper strains, supplied by Pepiniers Hebinger and the careful and responsible work of the Roy&Damboviceanu Corcova team.

Starting with 2005, 55 hectares of land have been replanted with vines from Pepiniers Hebinger in France and strains dating back from the time of Bibescu's estate - Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Syrah, Muscat Ottonel, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc - as well as Feteasca Neagra. Furthermore, the wine cellars built by Prince Antoine Bibescu were completely refurbished throughout 2008-2009, observing the initial architecture and equipped with wine production machines manufactured by the most prestigious specialized companies in France and Italy.
Corcova Roy&Damboviceanu
Domeniile Dealul Mare Urlati
Domeniile Dealul Mare

Situated at the same latitude as the Bordeaux vineyards, Dealu Mare wine region is considered the best in Romania for its red wines, and also a very fair site for the white wines, especially for the flavored varieties. The Urlați vineyard step into the history around 1700, during the ruling of Constantin Brâncoveanu, which has built here “Cramele Domnești” royal wine cellars.

Situated on a slight slope, Urlați - Ceptura vineyard has the advantage of a complete south orientation which offers a maximum sun exposure all year long. The entire domain summarizes 120 hectares of vineyard from which 70 de hectares of old grapes and 50 hectares of new plantations, the vineyards are located both in Ceptura and Urlați areas.

The varieties cultivated here are: Fetească Albă (White Maiden), Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Muscat Ottonel, Fetească Neagră (Black Maiden), Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Burgundy. The wine making plant, built entirely in 2005-2006, owns modern, state of the art installations. The storage capacity is over 1 mil. liters, and the bottling capacity is around 3.000 bottles/hour.
Domeniile Dealul Mare
Domeniile Tohani
Domeniile Tohani
History and tradition

Tohani areas have experienced a long history, dating back to documents attesting to the vineyard in 1773. Tohani wines are produced on the old estate belonging to Prince Nicholas of Romania, King Carol II's brother who falls from the first moment for the entire life of John Dolette, an incredibly beautiful woman, but without noble ancestry. The two live intensely a love story against all prejudices weather. With all the restrictions imposed by rank, Prince Nicholas and John Dolette were secretly married on October 28, 1931, the Church and the City of Tohani. Prince has sacrificed so all royal rights, but John remained Dolette love of his life.

Viticultural Areas Tohani positive results due to the use of advanced technology in the wine but also due to the advantage of the climate and soil Dealu Mare. Tohani areas is where tradition and experience are in perfect harmony with technology.

Prestige

At Domenica Tohani, viticulture assumed full royal roots. Each variety has its own ability to adapt to a particular type of soil and environment. Thus, we are always attentive to detail, using a different technology depending on soil and cultivated variety.

Varieties structure is represented by: 45% red varieties, 36% white varieties, 14% Aromatic Varieties, 5% Noble Mixtures.

The market areas and the portfolio Tohani wines, international awards, among which: the estate of the Tohani, Princely Special Reserve, and other areas Tohani.

Tohani wine estates have been awarded the Supplier of the Royal House, hence the undeniable recognition of quality. Coat of Arms of the Royal House of Romania, which now can be found on our labels, confirm entry into the elite wines Tohani Romanian producers who enjoy this privileged status.
Domeniile Tohani
Vincon Vrancea
Vincon Vrancea

Our vineyards that covers more than 2150 hectares, are located in some of the most prestigious viticultural area from Romania:

The Sub - Charpatiens hills - in three well-known vineyards: PANCIU, ODOBESTI, COTESTI, located right in the heart of the “homogeneous viticultural area from the whole country” as mentioned by the prestigious expert VALERIU COTEA in "Romanian vine and vineyards".

The Sub-Charpatiens hills - in the well-known vineyard DEALU MARE - CERNATESTI;

Dobrogea Region - in the South of MURFATLAR vineyard, in a special place called CHIRNOGENI- the presence of viticultural activities in this area, was mentioned by the famous Latin poet Publius Ovidius Naso;

Moldavian Hills in the heart of HUSI vineyard - a place where viticultural activities dated since century IV-III before Christ

The vineyards potential and diversity permit us to obtain a large variety of wines, such as: Feteasca Alba, Feteasca Regala, Sarba, Galbena de Odobesti, Tamaioasa Romaneasca, Grasa, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, Muscat Ottonel, Busuioaca de Bohotin, Feteasca Neagra, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir.

VINCON VRANCEA was able to keep the balance between traditional winemaking methods and the modern technology - the perfect example is the coexistence in Odobesti of BECIUL DOMNESC CELLAR with one of the most modern equipped production area (bottling line, self adhesive labels machine, corking machine, closing machine, and others). Such examples goes on, but the reality is that being the great Romanian producer comes as a result of more than 55 years of hard work and experience.

History and traditions harmoniously combined with the most modern technology and with some of the best specialists in the field, allowed VINCON to develop a portfolio of more than 120 products in order to meet the high expectations of our customers.

Our philosophy was confirmed by the market share of the company, by our traditional export partners and on top of that, by the awards granted to our products both in national and international competitions for wine & spirits.
Vincon Vrancea
Negrini
Negrini
House Wine "Negrini" reborn wine aristocracy

In historic vineyard Drăgăşani descendants of once famous winemakers, have resumed the old aristocratic traditions of great wines. Until recently, the only one left many of their memories recorded in chronicles and still wearing perfume of a glorious happiness: Ştirbei wines cellars, Brătianu, Nae Petcu Ion Teodorini Spirtaru Filipescu or brothers. There were times when these wines were great egalele noble wines of France.

In 1990, Negrini Wine House bought the former property of General Teodorini illustrious personage in the history of interwar Romania, one of the most valuable Drăgăşani vineyard.

Chosen wine quality is not alone. It is the fruit of collaboration between winemaker and viticulturist, between specialist and nature, because "environmental factors and year of harvest, with appropriate technology is a true blessing to the marriage of nature with the vine...".

Blessed wine makers are unanimously agreed that "wine is offered people to bring them extra good mood. Not to quench thirst was left wine...duty is to generate excitement that only things selected are able to determine. " Maids wines require some combination of glasses, dishes and even temperatures. John Millton claimed that table wines are also flower garden. And for some, and others to show the entire complex of traits need some "temperature", ...the environment and people...

When work is ennobled human consciousness vine products value, then the average consumer will not appreciate wine by the liter and not the glass, but with straw or thimble, as rare and expensive products to its traits the delicious aroma, bouquet, taste, fruity and fun. Not coincidentally Rabelais said that tasting a glass of wine in the know, "is an examination you need to pass it wisely every soul of man who likes a bit of wine, which is a bit of life.“
Negrini
Cricova
Cricova

Currently "CRICOVA" has a total of about 550 hectares of vines. In the future, farmers specialists "Cricova"predicting still about 50 ha planted grapevine. One importance of the points in the development strategy of the plant "CRICOVA" programming perspective is the extension and improvement of the vineyards Combine in its possession. Such an approach to the problem in terms of raw power, is the pillar by which drive "CRICOVA" to work every day. Currently, the vineyards of the "CRICOVA" are the largest of Moldova and covers an area of ​​approximately 600 ha.

This year, the grape harvest was lower by 30% compared to last year, this was influenced by unfavorable weather conditions this year. Hot days without rain in June and July accelerated ripening of grapes and grape processing period began in August, a month earlier than in previous years, and lasted until the end of September. Even if the year was dry, the harvest is good, grapes contain more sugar, and the wine that will be produced will be of high quality.
Cricova Vineyards

"CRICOVA" is a company with a complex cycle of production, which means it has an important raw material base of its own. The ability to control the entire production process, from planting to delivery cuttings labeled bottles on the shelf, Integrated help keep from year to year excellent quality and originality of its wines.

In order to obtain wines grade, Plant and proposed to choose the location of its vineyards, wine-growing areas of southern (Cahul region) and center (Criuleni region and town Cricova) lands which were also designed by nature to live fruitful, providing plenty of fertility, moisture and more importantly, light and solar heat. Here begins the history of Moldovan wine-making pearls.
La Salina
La Salina
Cricova

The story of ’La Salina‘ began five years ago, as the hobby of two noble wine lovers, Simion Mureșan and Claudiu Sugar, who restored the viticultural area of the Durgau Hills. They further developed a comprehensive project with an overall investment of 3 million Euro.After decades of inactivity, the wine growing area of the Durgau Hills, including its terraces and slope areas, have been turned into a rich vineyard, using cutting-edge technology. It received the geographical indication of the ‘Hills of Transylvania’.The vineyard and winery are located in close proximity of Turda Salt Mine, in an area with long tradition in viticulture, as early as the Roman Empire, which had one of the most developed administrative centres of Dacia.The project ‘La Salina’ revives the history of the wine growing area, as well as the stories of the surrounding places by extensive wine tourism. At the vineyard foothills, the restaurant ’Sarea-n bucate‘ awaits for its guests. The tempting flavours of slowly-cooked dishes, based on traditional recipes, harmoniously blend with the ISSA wines. Tourists are invited to the restaurant’s guest house, with accommodation for 40 persons in 13 ultra-modern rooms.The workmanship, the well cared for and attentively harvested grapes of the winery, as well as its technology and state-of-the-art equipment provide for the production of quality wines. In 2014, 20 hectares of vines were harvested, with an output of 47,000 bottles. Maximum output will be reached in 2019, i.e. with 300,000 bottles of wine to be obtained from an overall area of 42 hectares.
La Salina
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