Domeniile Panciu

Located at the piedmont steps of The Sub Carpathians of Curvature, Tifesti can be found in the heart of the vineyards that form Panciu vineyard. Bathing in Putna River in the west and Susita Rinver in the East, Dealul Sarbilor is a vineyard paradise where some of the best wines in Eastern Europe are produced.

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Romanian Wine History

Wine growing has been known for centuries long in Romania. The country has been favored by its geographical position in South-Eastern Europe, by its proximity to the Black Sea, as well as by the specificity of the local soil and climate.

Alongside France, Italy, Spain, Germany, countries in this area like Romania could also be called "a vine homeland" in Europe.

Archaeological finds and historical documents place the beginnings of wine culture on the present territory of Romania some 4000 years ago. High quality wines produced in this region were object of trade ever since ancient times. 

Legends of these places say that the country was so rich in vineyards that it is believed that Dionysos, the god of wine, was born in Thracia, on what is nowadays the territory Dobrogea (South-East of Romania).

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Villa Vinea Winery

Villa Vinea

VILLA VINEA wines are the fluid vitality of an extraordinary land, part of a unique microclimate, nestled in the vally of the Tarnave river, one of the oldest wine regions of Transylvania.

The south-facing slopes, planted with a unique mix of grap varieties, are swept by the north-west winds, which help regulate the rhythm oft he vines, cooling them down in the hot summer days, evaporating excess water, and thus enabling grapes to retain their sugars, acidity, and flavors, specific to this one terrior.

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Vincon Wineries

Vincon Winnery

Vincon Vrancea is the largest company producing wine and wine-based products in Vrancea and was founded in 1949. At the beginning Vincon had 5 units where the grapes were harvested and processed by traditional methods, without pressure or fermenters. After collectivization in '62, bigger agricultural cooperatives were formed in the area. In the '70s, as a result of a significant investment, there were created 25 wine-making units. During this period the first unit in Romania for the aging of wine distillates was set up.

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Domeniile Ostrov

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Ostrov vineyard is a producer of white wine, red wine, rose wine, dry wine, semi-dry wine, or sweet wine. There are 2 centres of wine making with a storage capacity of 130.000 HL. Ostrov Winery (45.000 hl) is located on Regiei Street, Ostrov. This is where we store, bottle and make wines. Lipnita Winery (85.000 hl) is located just outside Lipnita, 27 km away from Ostrov Winery. Here, we only store and make wines.

Ostrov Winnery also has a long tradition of Wine Tasting events.

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We can get to know a Country History and culture by getting to know its Food and Wine. No other two elements can get you the idea of the history of a country as food and wine, reflect all different cultures that crossed our paths from the antiquity to our days.

While Romanian Cuisine has clear Turkish, Ukrainian, Russian, Hungarian, German, Serbian, Bulgarian and other cultures influences, archaeological finds and historical documents place the beginnings of wine culture on the present territory of Romania some 4000 years ago. High quality wines produced in this region were object of trade ever since ancient times. 

Legends of these places say that the country was so rich in vineyards that it is believed that Dionysos, the god of wine, was born in Thracia, on what is nowadays the territory Dobrogea (South-East of Romania).

Wine growing has been known for centuries long in Romania. The country has been favored by its geographical position in South-Eastern Europe, by its proximity to the Black Sea, as well as by the specificity of the local soil and climate.

Alongside France, Italy, Spain, Germany, countries in this area like Romania could also be called "a vine homeland" in Europe.

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With its rich culture and beautiful scenaries, Romania is a country that will make the traveler feel in a fairy tale. Castles, churches, mountains, lakes, natural reserves or vibrant cities...

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